Other resources

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This page lists resources you may find useful when learning about urological conditions, drug treatment, clinical research and patient groups.

EAU Patient Information does not necessarily endorse, or necessarily have influence over, any of the sites listed on this web page.

Cancer patient groups

BelgiumEuropean Cancer Patient Coalition (ECPC). BelgiumWebsite 
Europa Uomo – The European Prostate Cancer CoalitionWebsite
Multidisciplinair Oncologisch Centrum Antwerpen (MOCA)Website
Ondersteuning bij prostaatkankerWebsite
Think Blue Vlaanderen – Alles over kankerWebsite
Czech RepublicKlub pacientů s urologickým onemocněnímWebsite
CyprusThe Cyprus Anti-Cancer SocietyWebsite
DenmarkKræftens Bekæmpelse – Danish Cancer SocietyWebsite
FinlandSuomen Syöpäpotilaat – Association of Cancer Patients in FinlandWebsite
Syöpäjärjestöt Finnish Cancer Organisations – Cancer Society of FinlandWebsite 
FranceLa federation UNICANCERWebsite 
Ligue Nationale contre le CancerWebsite
GermanyBundesverband Prostatakrebs Selbsthilfe (BPS) e. V.Website
Selbsthilfegruppe Blasenkrebs Lüneburg und UmgebungWebsite
GreeceThe Hellenic Cancer SocietyWebsite
IrelandThe Irish Cancer SocietyThe Irish Cancer SocietyWebsite
NetherlandsInternational Kidney Cancer Coalition (IKCC)Website
Leven met Blaas- of NierkankerWebsite
United KingdomFight Bladder Cancer UKWebsite
Kidney Cancer Support NetworkWebsite

Other patient groups

EuropeWomenup – cost-effective self-management of urinary incontinenceWebsite
GermanySelbsthilfegruppe Erektile Dysfunktion (Impotenz)Website
United KingdomBladder Health UKWebsite


United KingdomCancer Research UK is independent from the EAU and a source of trusted information for all.Website
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is a decentralised agency of the European Union (EU). The Agency is responsible for the scientific evaluation, supervision and safety monitoring of medicines in the EU.Website
United States of AmericaClinicalTrials.gov is a database of privately and publicly funded clinical studies conducted around the world.Website
Medline Plus, U.S. National Library of Medicine U.S. National Library of Medicine.Website