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News & Blog 2018-08-29T15:30:41+00:00

News – August 2018

Daily Mail Front Page Tuesday 21 August 2018

** BREAKING NEWS**

As NICE give their approval for the prostate steam treatment for BPH, Rezum, to be offered on the NHS,  The Daily Mail features Rezum as front page news. The story covers the benefits to both the NHS and the patients. As the leading pioneer of this treatment in the UK, Professor Richard Hindley has now carried out over 100 cases at The North Hampshire Hospital and BMI Hampshire Clinic and has been critical in the pathway of this procedure to achieve NICE approval and progress the pathway of this treatment into the NHS.

Read the full article here in The Daily Mail

Media coverage for Rezum during August, following NICE approval, was wide and covered by all the major papers and News Programmes including the BBC. Professor Hindley talked to Eammon Holmes on Talk Radio to describe the procedure and we were also delighted that one of our patients was also happy to talk about his experience. Watch the interview here

July 2017

Richard Hindley carried out his first Rezum treatment for BPH in March 2017 and now, following 3 month results, one patient tells his story to The Daily Mail.

The new minimally invasive treatment for BPH is so far showing good 3 month results. The procedure is already FDA approved in the US and they are treating around 1,000 patients a month with this procedure.

The advantages of a short time in hospital, allowing for a speedy recovery and back to normal routines make it an exciting new option for patients and hospitals alike.

Read the full article below:

“Here’s a new way to stop a chap’s endless trips to the loo… a quick blast of steam”