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January 2015 Webinar: Prostate Cancer - Managing the side effects of ADT

2015-01-01

On January 15th, Dr. Stacy Elliott from the PCSC Program and Dr. Jennifer Locke, urology resident in the UBC Department of Urologic Sciences, gave a presentation to the Family Practice Oncology Network: "Prostate Cancer - Managing the side effects of ADT". The talk was 60mins in length and included discussion on the history of androgen treatments for prostate cancer, how the treatments work in the body, the side effects of treatment and methods to reduce the side effects. To view this webinar please click here (AdobeConnect video, opens in new window, may be slow to load).

September 2014: 14th Annual Pacific Northwest Prostate Cancer Symposium 

2014-09-01

On Saturday September 13, our program teamed up with Prostate Cancer Foundation BC to support Vancouver's first participation in the 14th Annual Pacific Northwest Prostate Cancer Symposium in conjunction with the University of Washington and Oregon Health Sciences University. The day was a success and we have committed to participating again next year on Saturday September 19, 2015.

PCSC Program at the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council 2014

2014-02-01

The PCSC team was invited by our funder, the Special Services Committee (a joint committee between the Doctors of BC and the BC government) to present a poster at the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council’s annual forum. Click here for the poster (PDF opens in new window)

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Monday, January 30, 2017

Dr. Amina Zoubeidi leads identification of gene linked to growth of aggressive neuroendocrine prostate cancer (NEPC)

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