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EAU TV goes 'live' at 24th Annual EAU Congress in Stockholm
Date:3/2/2009

Arnhem, March 2009 - At the forthcoming 24th Annual EAU Congress in Stockholm (SE), the EAU will broadcast news recorded onsite in the EAU TV Studio. A first in the organisation's annual congresses, EAU TV webcasts will be posted on the EAU websites and broadcasted live in the EAU TV area at the congress venue in Stockholm.

Every broadcast of EAU TV will start with a short introduction on the topic and continue with an expert panel discussing current issues. British TV journalist Ann Salter will anchor EAU TV. Salter reports on financial, scientific and medical news and presents a variety of programmes for Sky TV and BBC Radio 4 and 5.

Seven roundtable discussions will take place on Thursday and Friday, March 19 and 20, on major urological topics: prostate cancer, bladder and testicular cancer, renal cell cancer, benign prostatic hyperplasia, robotics, urinary incontinence and andrology.

The following topics and experts will be featured:

  • Robotics
    Manfred Wirth, Dresden (DE), Walter Artibani, Padova (IT) and Claude Abbou, Creteil (FR).

  • Prostate Cancer
    Per-Anders Abrahamsson, Malm (SW), Frans M.J. Debruyne, Arnhem (NL), Mark Emberton, London (GB) and Manfred Wirth, Dresden (DE).

  • Bladder and Testicular Cancer
    Axel Heidenreich, Kln (DE), Maurizio Brausi, Modena (IT) and Oliver Hakenberg, Rostock (DE).

  • Renal Cell Cancer
    Hein Van Poppel, Louvain (BE), Peter Albers, Dsseldorf (DE) and Francesco Montorsi, Milan (IT).

  • Male LUTS and Benign Prostatic Obstruction
    Paul Abrams, Bristol (GB), Dr. Alexander Bachmann, Basel (CH), Professor Chris Chapple, Sheffield (GB) and Prof. Frans M.J. Debruyne, Arnhem (NL).

  • Urinary Incontinence
    Chris Chapple, Sheffield (GB), Paul Abrams, Bristol (GB) and John Heesakkers, Nijmegen (NL).

  • Andrology
    Eric Wespes, Brussels (BE) and Vincenzo Mirone, Naples (IT).

EAU TV is part of the EAU's initiatives to actively use contemporary electronic media such as podcast, webinars and TV news. For example, all congress sessions will be webcasted. Stay tuned for additional news regarding our broadcast programming in Stockholm via the congress website www.eaustockholm2009.org or at www.uroweb.org.


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Contact: Lindy Brouwer
l.brouwer@uroweb.org
31-263-890-680
European Association of Urology
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