The First Blue Cap Abbvie Relay Run for Prostate Cancer


Malaysian Book of Records: Most number of participants in a 'cancer survivor' relay run campaign (1008 runners)
Date: 29 Nov 2015, Sunday.
Venue: University of Malaya

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Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)


What is BPH?
The term BPH used in the common clinical setting refers to the condition in which benign (non-cancerous) enlargement of the prostate gland is associated with urinary symptoms such as difficulty in urination and increased frequency of urination.
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Patient Support




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Frequently Asked Questions


Q: Where can I find a specialist in urology?

A: Please find a list of urologists in MUA's Urologists Directory at http://newsite.muacme.org/specialist.php

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Overactive bladder


When the bladder becomes too active – a case of “Overactive bladder”

In the urology clinic, very often we will see patients who complained of urinary frequency and urgency. They need to go to the toilet every hour or so. This makes lfe very difficult for them as they cannot cope in...

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Paediatric Urology


Paediatric urology is an important component of urological practice. The following are some of the common paediatric urology conditions seen in Malaysia.

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Erectile Dysfunction (ED)


What is ED?
ED is defined as the inability to get and maintain an erection that is sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse. In simple terms it means soft penis during sex.

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Bladder Cancer


The urinary bladder is the organ situated at the lower part of the abdomen which stores urine till it is voided. In Singapore and Malaysia, bladder cancer used to be the most common cancer of the urinary tract in both males and females.

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