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Featuring one-on-one interviews conducted by Dr Neil Love, this series bridges the gap between research and patient care by providing urologists and radiation oncologists ongoing access to the perspectives and opinions of national and international prostate cancer research leaders.
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CancerCare's free Connect Education Workshops are a way for people to learn about cancer-related issues from the convenience of their home or office. Leading experts in oncology provide the most up-to-date information in these workshops to help you and your loved ones better understand and cope with your cancer diagnosis, treatment options, quality-of-life concerns, treatment side effects, pain management, doctor-patient communication and other important topics.
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Prostate Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in men, responsible for about 1 in every 44 deaths. But, it's one of the few cancers that is completely curable. Mark was 51 years old when diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2015. Now, almost a decade later he is online to tell his story of how he was diagnosed, and what other men should expect on their path to being cured of this disease. He talks about how he learned about his cancer, the surgery that saved his life, and how he manages ...
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Picture this: it's the day after your 50th birthday. You're on a high from celebrating with friends and family at the weekend, but you're now sat in a doctors office being told you've got an old man's disease. That was me and the 'old mans disease' is better known as prostate cancer, the third biggest killer of men worldwide. It isn't even remotely restricted to old men. So here I am talking about my adventures with humour and candour - I honestly couldn't make some of it up. I am not a doct ...
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Malecare is the world's leading prostate cancer support group network. The "Prostate Podcast" is a interview show with Malecare's prostate cancer patient members and leading prostate cancer doctors and researchers. The Prostate Podcast presents the latest treatment information and patient centered discussion.
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Talking sex after prostate cancer, and nothing is sugar-coated. Incontinence? Erectile dysfunction? Lack of sex drive? All questions, comments, and discussion are on the table — no matter how uncomfortable. Hear from experts in sexual medicine, doctors, researchers, patients and partners who've got personal experience working through problems in the bedroom during and after prostate cancer treatments. Your host is ZERO Prostate Cancer, the leading national non-profit with a mission to end th ...
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Prostate cancer is a type of cancer that particularly affects men (especially older men). Prostate cancer is classified in various stages. Early stages have a high cure rate, so early screening and detection are important to lead a healthy life. In the United States, the 5-year survival rate with prostate cancer is close to 98%. Many hospitals are offering the best cancer treatment in India to patients who are suffering from prostate cancer. In this context, you may consult with Livonta Glob ...
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Le cancer de la prostate ne devrait pas être tabou. Dans ce balado, des patients, survivants et proches aidants témoignent de leur expérience avec la maladie en échangeant avec Isabelle Pagé, porte-parole de PROCURE, afin de démystifier ce cancer qui est encore trop mal compris. Présenté par PROCURE, le seul organisme à but non lucratif au Québec dédié à la lutte contre le cancer de la prostate par la sensibilisation, le soutien, l'information et le financement de la recherche. Découvrez nos ...
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I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Prostate Cancer and I realized that this was an opportunity to fulfill God's mission for my life - to help people!! In this podcast we're going to have fun, Educate and Motivate so you can take action and beat prostate cancer!!
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- Overview of Common Eye & Vision Changes Related to Cancer Treatments- Discussion of Common Eye & Vision Changes, Including Causes & Risk Factors- Tips to Manage Dry Eyes, Watery Eyes, Itching Eyes, Blepharitis, Loss of Eyelashes, Changes in Vision, Cataracts, Floaters, & Flashing Lights- The Role of the Multidisciplinary Team- Tips to Manage Low …
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Dr Shilpa Gupta from the Taussig Cancer Institute in Cleveland, Ohio, and Prof Thomas Powles from the Barts Cancer Institute in London, United Kingdom, discuss clinical decision-making with numerous treatment strategies for urothelial bladder cancer.De către Neil Love, MD
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This podcast episode discusses the impact of prostate cancer on sexual function and provides insights and advice on how to navigate the challenges. I shares my personal experience with prostate cancer surgery and emphasize the importance of open communication with medical professionals. The chapters cover topics such as preparing for surgery or rad…
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Dr Manish Patel from the Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute in Sarasota, Florida, discusses drug development, early-phase clinical trials and the emerging field of B7-H3-targeted antibody-drug conjugates for solid tumors.De către Neil Love, MD
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Dr Andrew J Armstrong from the Duke Cancer Institute Center in Durham, North Carolina and Dr Maha Hussain from Robert H Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center in Chicago summarize recent data sets from 2023 on hormonal therapies and other emerging treatment approaches for patients with prostate cancer.De către Neil Love, MD
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Drs Petros Grivas, Vadim S Koshkin, Kriti Mittal, Mamta Parikh and Scott T Tagawa discuss available and emerging research, patient cases from participating junior clinical investigators and the perspectives of senior clinical investigator faculty on data informing their decision-making for patients with metastatic urothelial bladder cancer.…
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This is my welcome episode, where I introduce myself as someone who was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in 2015, and so far have been living a normal life after surgery. There are many details of this disease that men seem to not be able to find answers for, and I am here to help share my own experiences. 1 in 44 men will die from Prostate Cancer, b…
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- Overview of the Different Names for Biomarker Testing & Why They Can Be Helpful for Treatment- Tumor Marker Testing, Genomic Profiling, Genomic Sequencing, Molecular Profiling, Next Generation Sequencing- The Relationship Between Biomarker Testing & Precision Medicine- Types of Biomarker Tests for Cancer Treatment- Do I Need Biomarker Testing for…
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- Why Chemotherapy Causes Treatment Side Effects & Discomfort- Working with Your Healthcare Team to Better Understand & Cope with Potential Treatment Side Effects with a Plan to Manage or Prevent Them - Common Treatment Gastrointestinal (GI) Side Effects - You May Not Experience All of These - Loss of Appetite, Nausea, Vomiting, Mouth Sores, Stomat…
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- Overview and Definition of Biomarkers- What Are Some Examples of Biomarker Testing- How Biomarker Testing Provides Useful Information for Cancer Treatment - Why the Molecular Portrait of Cancer Is So Important- The Role of the Pathologist- Benefits of Biomarker Testing & Precision Medicine- Predicting Response to Treatment- Clinical Trials: How R…
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It's no secret that I like to keep busy - sometimes too busy for my own good. I was going to break a record. I was going to conduct 4 Awareness talks in the same day for the same company, talk to two close friends about prostate cancer from two different perspectives and I was going to be the star in a new 'info commercial' about the role of the MR…
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- Unique Needs of Young Adult Cancer Survivors- Identity, Relationships & Intimacy- Dating- Couples/Partners Dealing with Survivorship- Communicating about Sex- Sexuality & Intimacy- Sex Drive: Ability & Desire- Tips to Deal with Vaginal Dryness, Premature Menopause, Erectile Dysfunction, Premature Ejaculation & Sperm Banking- Low Desire: How to Ge…
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Volunteers at Prostate Cancer UK are passionate about what they do, they have to be. Rub them the wrong way however and you will see another side. Imagine a panda bear being robbed of its bamboo. Then I get the answer all men have been waiting for. How men 'catch' prostate cancer. This is a truly life changing experience. If you like, please commen…
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- Overview of Cancer & the LGBTQI+ Community, Including HIV & HPV- The LGBTQI+ Community’s Disproportionate Cancer Burden- Addressing the LGBTQI+ Health Disparities Gap, Including Mistrust of Health Care Providers- Barriers to Health Care Access, Including Discrimination- Health Care, Cancer Screening, Palliative and Supportive Care, Affordable Hou…
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- Overview of Young Adults Living with Cancer, including Delays in Diagnosis- Where to Seek Cancer Treatment: Selecting Your Oncology Health Care Team, Including Young Adult Cancer Programs- The Importance of Treatment Summaries- Follow-Up with Your Oncologist & Primary Care Doctor- Managing Post Treatment Side Effects/Late Effects- Talking with th…
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- Caregiving for Your Loved One with Metastatic Prostate Cancer, in the Context of COVID, Seasonal Flu & RSV- Tips on Working with the Health Care Team to Manage Your Loved One’s Pain, Neuropathy & Discomfort- The Important Role of the Caregiver with the Health Care Team- Deciding to Become a Caregiver- The Unique Stresses & Rewards of Caregiving- …
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- Overview of Cancer Survivorship, in the Context of COVID- Managing Post Treatment Side Effects/Late Effects- Quality-of-Life Concerns- Fear of Recurrence- Finding Your New Normal- The Importance of Treatment Summaries & Encounter Notes- Follow-Up with Your Oncologist & Primary Care Doctor, including Discussion of Health Screening & Concerns- Guid…
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- Overview of the Treatment of Metastatic Prostate Cancer, in the Context of COVID & Seasonal Flu- The Role of Precision Medicine- New & Emerging Treatments for Metastatic Prostate Cancer- Advances in the Treatment of Metastatic Prostate Cancer- The Role of Chemotherapy, Radiation Oncology & Targeted Treatments- Updates on the Treatment & Care of B…
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Back on the talking tour I come up against my first dreaded foe the mobile phone or more accurately the inconsiderate owners. Miss World was the last person I could have thought I would meet on the talk circuit - but hey this is me you are talking about. Just with anything in life, as much as you think it's bad for you there is always someone who u…
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The topic at hand, whether prostate cancer can be hereditary, holds a special interest because it highlights the impact of genetics on the risk of developing prostate cancer. Understanding the hereditary and genetic aspects of this disease can provide valuable information to both individuals affected and their families. Guest: Danny Tremblay, Genet…
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Le sujet abordé dans cet épisode, à savoir si le cancer de la prostate peut être héréditaire, revêt un intérêt particulier du fait qu'il met en évidence l'impact de la génétique sur le risque de développer un cancer de la prostate. La compréhension de l'aspect héréditaire et génétique de cette maladie peut offrir des informations précieuses tant au…
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The topic discussed, which revolves around tests, imaging, and biomarkers related to prostate cancer, is particularly fascinating due to the variety of approaches available to monitor this disease before, during, or after treatment. Guest: Dr. Daniel Lewinshtein, Uro-Oncologist, Charles-Le Moyne Hospital. Hosted by Marie-Christine Beauchemin, Coord…
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Le sujet abordé, qui concerne les tests, l'imagerie et les biomarqueurs liés au cancer de la prostate, est particulièrement fascinant du fait de la variété des approches disponibles pour surveiller cette maladie avant, pendant ou après un traitement. Invité : Dr Daniel Lewinshtein, uro-oncologue, Hôpital Charles-Le Moyne. Animé par Marie-Christine …
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My second talk was in a senior citizens social club. It seemed innocent from the description but when I am involved that's not always the case. I would get a thank you that would wrench at the heart strings and I would also be given a shock preview into the world of fame without fortune. If you like, please comment and subscribe :-)…
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Learn more about the role of the urologist and the importance for a patient to gather adequate information after receiving a prostate cancer diagnosis. This collaboration holds crucial significance in thoroughly understanding the type of cancer, the various treatment options available, and their potential side effects, all with the ultimate goal of…
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Apprenez-en davantage sur le rôle de l'urologue et l'importance pour un patient de s'informer adéquatement après avoir reçu un diagnostic de cancer de la prostate. Cette collaboration revêt une importance cruciale pour bien comprendre le type de cancer, les divers traitements disponibles ainsi que leurs effets secondaires, le but étant de prendre u…
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My second public talk but with very few of the target audience in attendance. Here I would learn the power of educating the young and women and never look back. On another floor at the same event, I got my first great introduction to the effect information on prostate cancer is viewed by some men at an annual prestigious black business event. Some …
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This was my first official speaking engagement for Prostate Cancer UK, I was to be David's 'sidekick'. Despite hostile locals on the way there we delivered a great session to a packed doctors surgery. I would also come across the first of many falsehoods that people would propagate on social media. This was the most disturbing however. Finally the …
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Fresh from my first talk I had to go back to work and I would also talk again to my church. Only 800 or more in the audience and a couple of thousand watching the live stream from their homes. no pressure then. In the meantime I also had to deal with my first case of a doctor lying to a patient about getting a PSA test done - this was to be the bes…
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Dr Neal Shore from the Carolina Urologic Research Center in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and Dr Mary-Ellen Taplin from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, Massachusetts, discuss the current and future management of high-risk, hormone-sensitive nonmetastatic prostate cancer.De către Neil Love, MD
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Dr Rana McKay from UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center in La Jolla, California discusses key presentations on genitourinary cancers from the 2023 ASCO Annual Meeting.De către Neil Love, MD
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"If you don't use it you will lose it" These were the words of encouragement told to men about using a pump, that essential but sole defying piece of equipment that men have to use after the operation. Getting one is almost an adventure in itself. Using it is another story. Hey ho, prostate cancer, the gift that just keeps on giving. If you like, p…
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- Partnering with Patients: The Cornerstone of Cancer Care and Research- Breast Cancer- Ovarian Cancer- The Role of Clinical Trials: How Research Increases Treatment Options- Prostate Cancer- Talking with Your Health Care Team about Your Treatment Choices- Brain Cancer- Quality-of-Life Concerns- Oral, Head and Neck Cancer- Management of Treatment S…
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Featuring a roundtable discussion on the current and future role of PARP inhibitor-based therapy in the management of prostate cancer, with Drs Neeraj Agarwal, Emmanuel Antonarakis, Susan Slovin, and Prof Karim Fizazi, moderated by Dr Neil Love.De către Neil Love, MD
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Dr Terence Friedlander from the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center in San Francisco, California, and Professor Petros Grivas from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington, discuss available and novel treatment strategies for metastatic urothelial bladder cancer, moderated by Dr Neil Love.…
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Saying and owning the big I word was the first hurdle. I was impotent but adamant that this was only a temporary situation. I just had no idea how long this was going to take. So along with 10 or so other men and couples we filed into the 'Post Prostatectomy' seminar where we find out what options are available to help us at this point. If you like…
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The catheter is a necessity after the prostatectomy as the urether requires time to heal. You may require to wear one from anything from a week to a month. Medically they are a fantastic invention, actually wearing one is something else. Who knew you could have a number of adventures with one. If you like, please comment and subscribe :-)…
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I had gone down the 'typical' male route of not wanting to talk about having prostate cancer and not wanting to tell anyone. Then I had a 360 and decided that I would be prostate cancers biggest headache instead. So with my new found superpower I was going to talk to men everywhere and anywhere. If you like, please comment and subscribe :-)…
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