Institute for Prostate Cancer Research

2015 IPCR Symposium

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.

Photo by Robert Hood/Fred Hutch News Service

Presentations are available on YouTube. Select a link below to view.

Prostate Cancer Risk and Prevention in 2015

Introduction - Dr. Peter Nelson
New Science in Prostate Cancer Prevention: Diet and Lifestyle - Dr. Marian Neuhouser
Screening for Prostate Cancer: Where Do We Stand? -  Dr. John Gore
Breast Cancer Meets Prostate Cancer: Genes, Risk and Outcomes - Dr. Heather Cheng
Better Predictors of Prostate Cancer Behavior - Dr. Janet Stanford
Questions and Answers

Advances in Treating Localized Prostate Cancer

Active Surveillance: When to Act and When to Survey - Dr. Daniel Lin
Quality of Life: Improving Side Effects of Treatment - Dr. John Gore
M POWER: The Washington State Prostate Cancer Initiative - Nola Klemfuss
Questions and Answers

Advances in Treating Advanced Prostate Cancer

Genome-Guided Therapy in Advanced Prostate Cancer - Dr. Bruce Montgomery

Testosterone Therapy: Science, Rationale and Caution - Dr. Michael Schweizer

Keynotes:
Treater to target: Reflections of a survivor participant - Dr. Paul Schellhammer
The path to durable complete remission in men with metastatic prostate cancer - Dr. Charles ‘Snuffy’ Myers
Questions and Answers