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Treatment and Side Effects Health and Wellness


Treatment and Side Effects


January 17, 2019
Length
15 mins
Overview
This webinar describes the side effects of prostate cancer treatment specifically for MSM. Dr. Lee reviews recent research on prostate cancer’s impact on the quality of life and sexuality of men within this community, including testimonials from patients. He also shares helpful information about the emergence of prostate cancer LGBTQ-focused support groups and future directions in healthcare and research to better serve the MSM population.

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Speaker
Dr. Tsz Kin Bernard Lee is a Radiation Oncologist with relevant clinical knowledge of prostate cancer treatment. He is also openly gay, with knowledge of MSM’s sexual practices and concerns. Dr. Lee received a Master degree in Medical Genetics at the University of British Columbia, a medical degree from the University of Alberta, his Radiation Oncology residency at the University of Ottawa and completed a Genitourinary Fellowship at BC Cancer. His research has been supported by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Canadian Association of Radiation Oncology and Prostate Cancer Canada.
Dr. Bernard Lee
October 17, 2018
Length
20 mins
Overview
Urinary incontinence is a common side effect that many men encounter after prostate cancer treatment. Dr. Dean Elterman explains why this occurs, who it affects, and provides expert tips on how you can better manage and treat incontinence including pelvic floor rehabilitation, medication and surgery. Dr. Elterman will also cover risk factors for urinary incontinence and recovery time.
Speaker
Dr. Dean Elterman is a Urologist and Medical Director at the Prostate Cancer Rehabilitation Clinic at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. He has worked in the area of men’s health and survivorship at the Iris Cantor Men’s Health Center at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical College and at the University of Toronto. Some of his current research interests include male health, voiding dysfunction and reconstruction including BPH, incontinence and sexual dysfunction (penile prosthetic surgery).
Dr. Dean Elterman

Health and Wellness


December 12, 2018
Length
23 mins
Overview
Dr. Daniel Santa Mina discusses the link between exercise and prostate cancer across the disease continuum as well as the benefits of exercising before beginning treatment called prehabilitation. He will walkthrough current exercise guidelines and how to create a “FITT” exercise routine. Learn helpful tips and resources on how to exercise safely and make exercise tailored for you.
Speaker
Dr. Daniel Santa Mina is an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education and is cross-appointed to the Faculty of Medicine in the Department of Surgery. Dr. Santa Mina is also a Scientist in the Cancer Rehabilitation and Survivorship Program at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre where he conducts research in exercise in oncology. His main areas of clinical-research are focused on the physiological, functional, and psychosocial effects of exercise for cancer survivors.
Dr. Daniel Santa Mina

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