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UV-filter pollution: current concerns and future prospects
Harvey, S., de Miranda, L., Harvey, K. and Ahmed, A. 2021. UV-filter pollution: current concerns and future prospects. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 193 (12), pp. 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10661-021-09626-6
How participation in Covid‐19 mutual aid groups affects subjective well‐being and how political identity moderates these effects
Mao, G., Drury, J., Fernandes-Jesus, M. and Ntontis, E. 2021. How participation in Covid‐19 mutual aid groups affects subjective well‐being and how political identity moderates these effects. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy. https://doi.org/10.1111/asap.12275
Medical statistics for urologists: part 1
Vyas, R., Madaan, A. and Madaan, S. 2021. Medical statistics for urologists: part 1. Urology News. 25 (6), pp. 6-8.
Embryology, anatomy and physiology of the kidney and ureters
Paul Sturch, Sanjeev Madaan and Seshadri Sriprasad 2021. Embryology, anatomy and physiology of the kidney and ureters. in: Karl H. Pang, Nadir I. Osman, James W. F. Catto and Christopher R. Chapple (ed.) Basic Urological Sciences CRC Press.
Transdermal oestradiol for androgen suppression in prostate cancer: long-term cardiovascular outcomes from the randomised Prostate Adenocarcinoma Transcutaneous Hormone (PATCH) trial programme
Ruth E. Langley, Duncan C. Gilbert, Trinh Duong, Noel W. Clarke, Matthew Nankivell, Stuart D. Rosen, Stephen Mangar, Archie Macnair, Subramanian Kanaga Sundaram, Marc E. Laniado, Sanjay Dixit, Sanjeev Madaan, Caroline Manetta, Alvan Pope, Christopher D. Scrase, Stephen Mckay, Iqtedar A. Muazzam, Gerald N. Collins, Jane Worlding, Simon T. Williams, Edgar Paez, Angus Robinson, Jonathan McFarlane, John V. Deighan, John Marshall, Silvia Forcat, Melanie Weiss, Roger Kockelbergh, Abdulla Alhasso, Howard Kynaston and Mahesh Parmar 2021. Transdermal oestradiol for androgen suppression in prostate cancer: long-term cardiovascular outcomes from the randomised Prostate Adenocarcinoma Transcutaneous Hormone (PATCH) trial programme. The Lancet. 397 (10272), pp. 581-591. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(21)00100-8