Le cancer de la prostate récidivant : état des possibilités diagnostiques et thérapeutiques en 2015

This webinar is presented in French.


Conférencier: Dr Frédéric Pouliot
Date: Le mardi soir 17 novembre

 
Thèmes abordés :

  • Définir une récidive après le traitement du cancer de la prostate traité par radiothérapie, chirurgie ou castration chimique
  • Discuter des modalités d’imagerie utilisées en clinique pour dépister les sites de récidive du cancer de la prostate récidivant
  • Présenter les différents traitements pour le cancer de la prostate récidivant dans le bassin (récidive locale) ou ailleurs dans le corps (métastases)
  • Présenter les nouvelles avancées thérapeutiques dans le cancer de la prostate résistant à la castration.

Dr Frédéric Pouliot Biographie:

Dr. Pouliot has carried out concomitantly doctorates in medicine (M.D.) and Physiology-Endocrinology (Ph.D.) at Laval University. Then, after completing a residency in Urology (F.R.C.S.C.), he did a post-doctoral fellowship in Urologic Oncology and molecular imaging at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). He now practices as a faculty since 2010 and as a urologic oncologist within Quebec City University Hospital Center. He is also assistant professor in the Department of Surgery at Université Laval and holds a Prostate Cancer Canada/Movember Rising Star Awards.   His clinical and preclinical research interests include molecular imaging of recurrent and metastatic prostate cancer cells using transcriptional amplification systems and Fluoro-Choline or Fluoro-desoxyglucose Positron Emission Tomography tracers.

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