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The final webcast in this series - Prostate Cancer Survivorship: The Long Run.

For the first time, we have brought together experts from New York, Vancouver, Sydney, and Perth to talk about the challenges of prostate cancer survivorship.

We’re calling it out – men impacted by prostate cancer face specific challenges that are seldom addressed in mainstream health care delivery.

Our latest research pinpoints seven priority actions as a practical platform for change. Proudly presented by the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia with thanks to the support of Astellas.

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PSA Guidelines: A summary of the PSA Guidelines for the Prostate Cancer Support Group Network.

PCFA developed the guidelines in order to resolve the controversy surrounding PSA testing for both men and their doctors. The guidelines do not recommend a population screening program for prostate cancer as the evidence does not support such a program. For men who decide to be tested, it contains guidance on matters such as what age to start testing; how frequently to be tested; when to stop testing; the PSA level which should prompt further investigation; family history; and the role of the digital rectal exam.

 

A copy of the PSA Guidelines endorsed by the NHMRC can be found on the PCFA website:

https://pcfa.org.au/awareness/for-healthcare-professionals/clinical-practice-guidelines-on-psa-testi...

 

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Personalised prostate cancer treatment of the future: A summary of the ProPSMA Pet/CT trial for PCFA Support Group Network

This is the first webinar in a new series of online education for the PCFA Prostate Cancer Support Group Network. This webinar features two of the world’s leaders in the rapidly emerging field of theranostics to discuss the next phase of research and investment in treating prostate cancer.

Join Professors Michael Hofman and Declan Murphy, lead authors on the ProPSMA study, funded by PCFA, in conversation with the PCFA Prostate Cancer Support Groups with a summary of the trial.

The Pro-PSMA trial recently found molecular imaging is more accurate than conventional medical imaging in detecting the spread of prostate cancer.
 
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PCFA Webinar: Personalised prostate cancer treatment of the future; Bringing together imaging, diagnostics, and therapy to stop cancer's spread. 

Our CEO Professor Jeff Dunn in conversation with Professors Michael Hofman and Declan Murphy, lead authors on the ProPSMA study, funded by PCFA, which recently found molecular imaging is more accurate than conventional medical imaging in detecting the spread of prostate cancer

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6 May 2020

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This Ask the Experts webcast was hosted by Ricardo Goncalves, presenter and finance editor for SBS World News and featured Dr Katelyn Barnes, Ross Campbell, Prof Rob Newton, and Adj/Prof Sally Sara who discussed an overview of lifestyle, exercise & nutrition in relation to prostate cancer

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This Ask the Experts webcast was hosted by Ricardo Goncalves, presenter and finance editor for SBS World News and featured Prof Suzanne Chambers AO, Prof Lisa Horvath, Judy Jeffery, and The Hon Jim Lloyd who discussed an overview of distress after a prostate cancer diagnosis

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25 November 2019

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18 November 2019

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4 November 2019

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22 October 2019

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Exercise has great potential as a medicine for cancer. Tailored exercise programs can reduce treatment side effects, fatigue and anxiety in cancer patients. This is very good news for the 200,000 Australian men living after a diagnosis with prostate cancer, helping to improve their quality of life.

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This Ask the Experts webcast was hosted by Ricardo Goncalves, presenter and finance editor for SBS World News and featured Dr Ada Cheung, Professor Steve Ellen, Sonia Strachan and Associate Professor Andrew Weickhardt who discussed an overview of advanced prostate cancer.

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25 May 2018

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September 2017
This Ask the Experts webcast is hosted by Ricardo Goncalves and features Dr David Malouf, Associate Professor Andrew Kneebone, Sally Sara and Professor Simon Willcock. They discuss risk factors, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment options, side effects and support for people affected by prostate cancer.

While PCFA have engaged an expert panel on prostate cancer all advice given during the broadcast is generalised and should not be taken as specific medical advice. If you have any questions about your own specific health needs you should speak to a general practitioner.

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5 September 2016
In this presentation, Dr Parnis outlines the current clinical management of prostate cancer, detailing the pathways from PSA testing, diagnosis through to different treatment options and the possible side effects.

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