September 2021 Awareness Night Dr. Rajiv Singal, MD, FRCSC Endourology, Urologic Cancer and Robotic Surgery Michael Garron Hospital Asst. Prof., Dept. of Surgery, U. of Toronto In this session Dr. Singal will review: -life before March 2020 -the early Covid pandemic response -some data on what has been lost or deferred in terms of care -principles on how Prostate Cancer has been triaged throughout the pandemic -some Covid modelling data for the 4th wave. For the Q and A portion of the evening, Dr. Singal will be joined by Dr. Olivier Heimrath. Dr. Heimrath is a partner in […]
On July 29, 2021, Drs. Ming Zhou, Pathologist-in-Chief and Chair of Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, Tufts Medical School, and Dr. Scott Eggener, Vice Chair of Urology at the University of Chicago, debated this question: Is Gleason 6 a cancer? The doctors presented their cases at the AnCan program in this video individually. One of Eggener’s key points is that he has never seen a patient die from Gleason 6 so why call it a cancer. Zhou took the stand that if it looks like a cancer, which Gleason does under the microscope, then it’s a cancer. The question-and-answer period covered such
Video is now available of the fourth webinar in Us TOO‘s series, What is Right for Me in My Prostate Cancer Treatment?, a discussion on Imaging. Continuing advances in imaging technology and usage can mean more accurate testing and diagnosis related to prostate cancer, and can help guide patients toward the best treatment options for them. Hear the latest from the experts on this very important topic. This webinar was recorded on June 24th. View the Video here. Featuring: Brian T. Helfand MD, PhD – Chief, Division of Urology, Ronald L. Chez Family and Richard Melman Family Endowed Chair of
This seminar with Dr Klotz, regarded as one of the pioneers of AS, and a fellow Canadian, will be of special interest to anyone on or interested in AS. This free webinar is available here. You will be asked to register and give your email address. Once you check the box at the bottom and click the Register button, you will taken to the presentation.
July 2021 Awareness Night Six Prostate Cancer Stories – Different stories of different treatments and different journeys told by a panel of some of our Prostate Cancer Support Toronto members A special Awareness Night with our panelists: Ian, Solomon, Tom, Jeff, Tony, and Bob who will share their treatments and recount their prostate cancer experiences with a view toward the future. As we know, each of us has a unique story to tell and this is an opportunity to hear 6 unique stories and how each panelist has managed his journey. Topics will include: Active Surveillance, Advanced Prostate Cancer, Radical