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Ref. 1: The European Journal of Urology, August 2010
Ref. 2: The Journal of Sexual Medicine, December 2010
Ref. 3: The Journal of Urology, May 2012

                                     Mr CJ Shukla B Sc (Hons). MBBS. PhD. FRCS (Urol)

                                        CJ Shukla is a Urologist who offers subspecialist management of basic and
                                        complex men’s health conditions and also maintains his general urology
                                        interest by offering assessment and treatment of common urological

                                        He qualified with distinctions and prizes from Guys and St Thomas’ hospitals
                                        London, and completed his basic surgical training in Norwich. He then
                                        furthered his research interest and obtained a PhD from the University of East
                                        Anglia by researching into the molecular pathology of prostate cancer. He was
                                        awarded fellowships and funding by the Medical Research Council (MRC), the
                                        British Urological Foundation and the Royal College of Surgeons of England
                                        during this PhD period.

                                        During his higher surgical training in the field of Urology in the Eastern
                                        Deanery (which includes Cambridge and Norwich), Mr Shukla completed
                                        the prestigious and competitively sought UCLH (University College London
                                        Hospitals) fellowship in Andrology. He furthered this experience and interest
                                        with a further fellowship/mentorship type programme in Edinburgh in the
                                        fields of andrology and male reconstructive procedures.

                                        In addition to his surgical interests, he offers the ED 1000 treatment and
                                        receives referrals from the East of Scotland, the North East of England, as
                                        well as internationally.

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                                          122 Corstorphine Road,
                                          Edinburgh EH12 6UD

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