We are delighted to have Dr. Bruce J. Roth of Washington University School of Medicine St. Louis, on The Cure Panel Talk Show on PROSTATE CANCER on Thursday August 2 @ 6pm ET. Dr. Bruce will be discussing “Hormonal Therapy for Advanced Prostate Cancer”. On the panel we have E. Michael D. (“Mike”) Scott (healthcare communicator), Dan Hennessey (prostate cancer survivor and author) and Tony Crispino (prostate cancer survivor and patient advocate).
Priya Menon (Scientific Media Editor at Cure Talk) will be hosting the show.
Register now using the above link or you can even RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Bruce J. Roth is Professor, Department of Medicine, Oncology Division at Washington University, St. Louis. Dr. Bruce specializes in Medical Oncology, Prostate Cancer & Urologic Oncology. His areas of clinical interest are oncology, genitourinary oncology, solid tumor oncology, cancer, medical oncology, testicular cancer, germ cell tumors, kidney cancer, renal cell carcinoma, bladder cancer, and renal pelvis tumors. Prostate cancer and urothelial cancer are his areas of research interest.
Patients can visit him at Center for Advanced Medicine, Siteman Cancer Center – South County and Siteman Cancer Center West County (Medical Building Two, Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital).
Dr. Bruce J. Roth is listed in Best Doctors in America, 2011-2013 (Best Doctors, Inc.). He’s also recipient of number of awards including ASCO Statesman Award(2010) and 5-Star Patient Satisfaction Award, Vanderbilt University Medical Center(2007 and 2009). He has 250 publications in peer reviewed journals in his career so far. Dr. Bruce is on the editorial board of New Developments in Prostate Cancer Treatment, The Prostate Journal, Clinical Genitourinary Cancer, American Journal of Clinical Oncology and Journal of Clinical Oncology, and is also a reviewer of 15 journals in the cancer field.
Why should you be a part of this panel discussion?
According to WebMD, almost 80% of males in US (80% of which are in men over 65) get prostate cancer. It is known that the male hormone testosterone boosts the growth of prostate cancer. Other likely causes are attributed to lack of physical exercise, dietary habits or exposure to heavy metals like cadmium. Most importantly, because it is a slow growing cancer, it doesn’t have any symptoms until it reaches advanced stages. So, it is good to know what options available to treat advanced prostate cancer from Dr. Bruce J. Roth, leading expert on the topic. As hormones play a role, he’ll be discussing various options specifically for hormonal therapy of prostate cancer.
So, whether you’re a patient or a caregiver or just curious to know about hormonal therapy for prostate cancer, Register here and be part of the panel discussion with our experts. We, at Cure Panel, strive to help you become your own best advocate and lead a stress free, healthy life.
Looking forward to have you for this wonderful discussion on prostate cancer.
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