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More treatments and new challenges in the management of castration-resistant prostate cancer
Janssen webcast from EAU15, Madrid, 22nd March 2015
Welcome, introduction, and objectives
Defining different clinical states in castration-resistant prostate cancer and clinical implications- Part 1 Identifying the M0 and M1 patient
Defining different clinical states in castration-resistant prostate cancer and clinical implications - Part 2: Clinical data
M0 patient case
Recent updates on data impacting drugs that target the androgen-axis in mCRPC
The role of corticosteroids in metastatic CRPC: an update from ASCO GU
Panel discussion – First-line treatment options in the metastatic CRPC setting
Heart and ADT: Managing benefit/risk ratio
Ferring webcast from EAU15, Madrid, 22nd March 2015
- Welcome and introduction
De La Taille, Créteil (FR)
- Intermittent androgen deprivation: Still a valid treatment option?
J.M. Wolff, Düsseldorf (DE)
- Understanding the mechanisms behind ADT and cardiovascular risk
J. Pinthus, Hamilton Ontario (CA)
- ADT and side effects – are all medications the same?
De La Taille, Créteil (FR)
- ADT and cardiovascular risk: A cardiologist’s perspective
P. Davey, Northampton (GB)
Prague, October 17th – 19th, 2014
It is a pleasure to be able to provide you with the opportunity to view or review the presentations from the recently held Symposium on Hormonal Treatment of Prostate Cancer (STOP-5) held in Prague in October 2014.
The aim of the meeting was to provide practising urologists with new information about state-of-the-art treatments and procedures in order to help them enhance patient care. The STOP-5 symposium was chaired by Professor Tom Keane from Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, US and included individual sessions focussing on localised, high risk/locally advanced, metastatic disease and castration-resistant prostate cancer. The meeting comprised plenary lectures, clinical case discussions, debate sessions and workshop breakout groups during which the eminent faculty and participants had interactive discussions, exchanging information and clinical experiences.
The symposium was funded via an unrestricted grant from Ferring Pharmaceuticals