Prostate

Prof. Per-Anders Ambrahamsson, MD: What European Men Need to Know About Prostate Cancer
Oct
21
2011

Prof. Per-Anders Abrahamsson, MD discusses the lack of standardized screening guidelines for prostate cancer in Europe and around the world. He also talks about how the advocate community can help spread the word and educate men and women about prostate cancer. The Group Room at the 2011 European Multidisciplinary Cancer Conference was made possible, in […]

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David I. Quinn, MD: Prostate Cancer Screening Update from ASCO 2011
Jun
27
2011

David I. Quinn, MD is Associate Professor of Medicine at University of Southern California (USC) Keck School of Medicine and the Medical Director, USC Norris Cancer Hospital. Dr. Quinn gives an update on prostate cancer screening from ASCO 2011. The Group Room at the 2011 American Association For Cancer Research Annual Meeting was made possible, […]

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David I. Quinn, MD: Circulating Tumor Cells and Prostate Cancer from ASCO 2011
Jun
27
2011

David I. Quinn, MD is Associate Professor of Medicine at University of Southern California (USC) Keck School of Medicine and the Medical Director, USC Norris Cancer Hospital. Dr. Quinn discusses the role of circulating tumor cells for prostate cancer treatment at ASCO 2011. The Group Room at the 2011 American Association For Cancer Research Annual […]

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David I. Quinn, MD: Advances in Prostate Cancer Treatment from ASCO 2011
Jun
27
2011

David I. Quinn, MD is Associate Professor of Medicine at University of Southern California (USC) Keck School of Medicine and the Medical Director, USC Norris Cancer Hospital. Dr. Quinn gives an update on prostate cancer treatments from ASCO 2011. The Group Room at the 2011 American Association For Cancer Research Annual Meeting was made possible, […]

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Nicholas J. Vogelzang, MD: Prostate Cancer News from ASCO 2010
Jul
20
2010

Nicholas J. Vogelzang, MD, medical oncologist, Nevada Comprehensive Cancer Centers, discusses prostate cancer updates.

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Ask Selma!
Jan
18
2009

Q. Hello Selma! My dad was diagnosed with prostate cancer in the early stages but after his prostate was removed he still had a reading. For the past several years he has been taking hormone therapy. What I do not understand is why isn’t cancer left over from prostate removal treated with radiotherapy or seed […]

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