19 November 2018

For patients with a rare or complex urogenital disease or condition, eUROGEN is the European Reference Network. eUROGEN is comprised of 3 workstreams; rare uro-recto-genital congenital anomalies; functional urogenital conditions requiring highly specialised surgery and rare urogenital tumours. eUROGEN will improve diagnosis, create more equitable access to high quality treatment and care for patients with rare urogenital diseases and complex conditions needing highly specialised surgery.

Radboudumc is now the new EU ERN eUROGEN Coordinator, due to the current Brexit developments.

The new coordinator is Wout Feitz, theme Reconstructive and regenerative medicine, who will coordinate the 29 Hospitals from 11 EU countries and the expansion to all EU member states in 2019, together with the management team in Sheffield.

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