Listen to GU Cast through Apple Podcast or Spotify by Professor Declan Murphy. Regular episodes on all things prostate, kidney, bladder, testis and penile cancer with Dr Renu Eapen from Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne with regular guests.
Prof Declan Murphy recently spoke with Melissa Cunningham – The Age’s health reporter. Recently published in The Sydney Morning Herald. “That lump you can feel in your breast, the blood in the urine, the spot that’s grown quite quickly and is bleeding a bit, get it checked,” Professor Murphy said. ‘The message we want to … Continued
Staying at home has become the new norm. Hand hygiene is critical. And our electronic devices have become vital links to the outside world. But despite these changes, breast cancer is still common and people will continue to be diagnosed with breast cancer and need treatment and ongoing follow-up. Here’s a few ways we are … Continued
It certainly continues to be a very unusual period of time for the entire world, but I am pleased to say that there are now appears to be some clarity about elective surgery, at least during the next few weeks. This is very important for us and for our patients, as CANCER SPECIALISTS is almost … Continued
We are in full telehealth and social distancing mode! #COVID-19 As the daily announcements continue to dramatically change the way we all work and live, we thought that we should give you an update from CANCER SPECIALISTS as we respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. I am really pleased to say that our team are all … Continued
Professor Declan Murphy – Urologist & Director, CANCER SPECIALISTS The coronavirus situation continues to evolve. CANCER SPECIALISTS are aligning with the policies and advice provided on the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services (DHSS) website https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/victorian-public-coronavirus-disease-covid-19. This advice is continually updated so please monitor this. We will also continue to update using our Twitter … Continued
A/Prof Craig Lynch discussing PIPAC at Epworth Richmond Hospital. PIPAC stands for: Pressurised Intraperitoneal Aerosol Chemotherapy For more information on PIPAC please call our rooms on 03 9421 6425 or email email@example.com
Will this help men after prostatectomy get erections? Part Three: Prof Declan Murphy sits down with A Touchy Subject, Victoria Cullen, to discuss nerve grafting surgery. Nerve Grafting Paper
As 2019 winds down we are taking the opportunity to close the practice for a few days. Our rooms are closed from 3pm on Monday 23 December 2019. We are opening the practice on Monday 30th December and Tuesday 31st December (closing earlier at 3pm on the 31st). We are back to business as usual … Continued
Part two – Professor Declan Murphy and Victoria Cullen sit down to discuss Non-Nerve Sparing Prostatectomy. Following on from Part one – Nerve Sparing Prostatectomy explained.