Institute for Prostate Cancer Research (IPCR)
At the IPCR Symposium on April 28, 2018, Fred Hutch researchers and UW Medicine clinicians shared new discoveries in the field of prostate cancer. Sessions covered prostate cancer disparities, risk, quality of life, new imaging biomarkers and treatments, immunotherapy and a prostate cancer tumor board. Read an article about the event here, and View the symposium presentations.
On March 18, 2017, prostate cancer patients attended the 6th annual IPCR symposium to learn about new advancements in research from Fred Hutch, UW and SCCA experts. Attendees learned about the impact of screening, exercise and diet on cancer prevention, new, non invasive procedures to identify disease and guide treatment. THe event ended with a session focusing on clinical trials, and heard from patients themselves about their experiences participating in research. View the symposium presentations.
At the IPCR Symposium on April 30, 2016, prostate cancer survivors had the opportunity hear to from Fred Hutch researchers and UW Medicine clinicians about immunotherapy and prostate cancer, optimizing prevention and early detection and strategies for personalize, genetically tailored care. View the symposium presentations.
Prostate cancer experts shared their knowledge about screening, treatment and clinical trials at the fourth annual symposium for patients and families held April 11 at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. The event was hosted by the Institute for Prostate Cancer Research ― a joint program of Fred Hutch and UW Medicine. View the symposium presentations.
At the IPCR Symposium on April 12, 2014, prostate cancer survivors had the opportunity to interact with Fred Hutch researchers and UW Medicine clinicians to learn about exciting and innovative research advancements in prostate cancer care. View the symposium presentations.