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What to Expect: A Guide to Prostate Cancer
Every Wednesday for eight weeks, starting from June 8th, Prostate Cancer Research and Ipsen are bringing you eight useful, interactive webinars for anyone affected by prostate cancer. All are welcome – patients, family members, caregivers, or anyone who might benefit from learning more about prostate cancer and its effects. These eight 1-hour sessions will help you understand a diagnosis of prostate cancer as well as the different treatment options that might be available.

June 8th 6-7 pm – Get to know the basics - learn about the prostate and prostate cancer

June 15th 6-7 pm – Diagnosing prostate cancer - understanding tests and what might happen

June 22nd 6-7pm – What’s next after a prostate cancer diagnosis - reviewing the options and making decisions

June 29th 6-7pm – Treatment options - Active Surveillance, Focal Therapy and Hormone Therapy

July 6th 6-7pm – Treatment options - Radiotherapy and Surgery

July 13th 6-7pm – How metastatic prostate cancer is treated - Part 1

July 20th 6-7pm – How metastatic prostate cancer is treated - Part 2

July 27th 6-7pm – End-of-life care: What to expect and how to plan for it
You can choose to attend one or more of the following webinars.




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This webinar series is an information resource for people affected by prostate cancer. It is a collaboration between Prostate Cancer Research (PCR) and Ipsen Ltd. This project has been fully funded by Ipsen Ltd, 190 Bath Road, Slough, SL1 3XE. https://www.ipsen.com/uk-ireland/

PCR and Ipsen Ltd worked jointly to manage this project, however Ipsen Ltd will not have access to any personal data about you when you register for this event or after the event. All the personal data you provide when registering and attending will be managed by PCR under their Privacy Policy. You have certain rights under UK GDPR, including the right to withdraw any consent you may have given. If you would like to exercise these rights please contact PCR on info@pcr.org.uk.

Job code: DR-UK-000459. Date of Preparation: June 2022