PROCURE en parle (diffusion en français)

PROCURE EN PARLE a weekly and live session specially designed for you.

Every Thursday, Winston McQuade and our experts will review all the issues that concern you. A moment of mutual aid and exchange for people suffering from prostate cancer. Ask us all your questions at info@procure.ca, our experts are here for you.

PROCURE talks about it, WHAT IS IT? (+)

A weekly and live meeting on our website and Facebook page, hosted by our experts in the field of health and well-being or by actors of the Quebec public scene. Every Thursday, you will be able to ask them all the questions that concern you. They are all here to provide you with information and support in these times of crisis.

PROCURE talks about it, WHAT DOES IT TALK ABOUT? (+)

All the latest news about COVID-19 and its impact on prostate cancer patients, tips and tricks for staying healthy, the importance of mental health and how to contribute to it, how to optimize your telework, sports sessions accessible to all and to be done at home, recipes good for your prostate and much more. Do not hesitate to write to us at info@procure.ca to provide us with your questions or topics you would like to raise, we will find the experts to answer them!

PROCURE talks about it, WHY? (+)

Because in these times of crisis, it is important to continue to support our community by all means possible by providing information and support.
Because it is part of our values to act and redistribute to all men who are victims of prostate cancer and their families.
BECAUSE WE ARE HERE FOR EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU.

 

Our next appointment


Cardiovascular or coronary heart disease is the second leading cause of death in men after cancer. Beyond healthy lifestyle habits, cardiovascular disease is also influenced by risk factors.
To find out more about these risk factors, register for our webinar today and ask our expert all your questions live!

Registration will open soon.

 

All our episodes

Couldn’t make it to the webinar? Missed a crucial moment? Or do you just want to see it again? Don’t worry, we thought of everything! Below you will find all the episodes of PROCURE EN PARLE with a summary of the main points raised by our experts. If you don’t find the answers to your questions, please feel free to call our nurses on our 7/7 support line at 1 855 899-2873.

COVID-19 and prostate cancer on April 9, 2020 (+)

Take a tour of Quebec’s UHCs and dive into the heart of our community’s concerns while they face the biggest health crisis of our time.

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5 THINGS TO REMEMBER
 

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  • Dr Thierry Lebeau, began his post-secondary education with a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry at Adelphi University in New York State to pursue his passion for soccer. After graduating from Laval University in Medicine in 2003, he continued his academic career by completing his residency in Urology at the Université de Montréal, which he completed in 2008. Afterwards, he undertook a two-year fellowship in the Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital group in Paris. Specializing in robot-assisted surgery, he now operates at Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital. He also shares his time as a clinical assistant professor at the Université de Montréal.
  • Dr Armen Aprikian MD, studied medicine at the Université de Sherbrooke, where he trained in general surgery. Subsequently, he did his residency in urology at McGill University and continued his postdoctoral training and research on prostate cancer at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York. Learn more about him.

COVID-19, cancer and anxiety on April 16, 2020 (+)

Tips and tricks to deal in a healthy way with the events surrounding the COVID-19 epidemic and its impact on all cancer victims.

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5 THINGS TO REMEMBER
 

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  • Dr. Marika Audet-Lapointe,, psychologist/neuropsychologist, associate professor in the Department of Psychology at the Université de Montréal and lecturer. With over ten years of experience in hospital and private practice, she has developed a unique expertise in oncopsychology. She is the founder of the PSYmedicis clinic located in Montreal, specializing in oncopsychology, stress/anxiety and adult neuropsychology. Her clinical approach aims to integrate the latest advances in neuroscience, human stress and third wave cognitive-behavioral therapies. She is particularly interested in the neurocognitive effects of cancer and associated treatments, as well as in the cognitive profiles of dual exceptionalities.

COVID-19, cancer and nutrition April 23, 2020 (+)

The good nutrition reflexes during confinement period.

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5 THINGS TO REMEMBER
 

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  • Dr. Isabelle Huot, PhD in nutrition. Her field of expertise, nutritional epidemiology, gives her an expertise that is unique in Quebec. She studied in Lausanne, Geneva and London. She subsequently became coordinator of an international research project involving Belgium, Switzerland, France and Tunisia. She has also participated in several international congresses in the field of nutrition and preventive medicine.

COVID-19 and physical health April 30, 2020 (+)

Discover the best tips to keep you in shape during confinement.

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5 THINGS TO REMEMBER
 

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  • Nathalie Lambert, 1992 Olympic Speed Skating Champion and Director of Sports Programs and Communications at Club Sportif MAA. More than 20 years of varied experience in communications and media, mainly in the sports and fitness sector. Columnist, host, analyst, descriptor and spokesperson for various events.

COVID-19, cancer and sexual health May 7, 2020 (+)

Everything you need to know to regain a satisfying sexuality.

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5 THINGS TO REMEMBER

 

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  • Sharon Dugré, clinical sexologist and psychotherapist at CHU Québec. Her goal is above all to “help people help themselves” to maintain, rediscover or discover a fulfilling sexuality and intimacy, especially in the face of cancer and its treatments!
     
    Her specializations are:

    • Intimacy / Communication / Seduction
    • Marital or love difficulties
    • Menopause / Andropause
    • Body Image and Sexual Self-Esteem / Sexual Fulfillment
    • Gynaecological / Urological Disorder
    • Disorder of sexual desire / sexual arousal / erection / ejaculation / orgasm
    • Dyspareunia / Vaginism

     
    Related issues:

    • Cancers / Chronic Diseases

COVID-19, cancer and sleep May 14, 2020 (+)

All you need to know to establish a good sleep routine

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5 THINGS TO REMEMBER

 

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  • Dr. Josée Savard, is a regular researcher at the Centre de recherche du CHU de Québec-Université Laval, a full professor at Laval University’s School of Psychology, and a researcher at Laval University’s Cancer Research Centre. She is a member of the Michel-Sarrazin Research Team in Psychosocial Oncology and Palliative Care (ERMOS). She is also co-responsible for the Symptom Management and Quality of Life Optimization Axis of the Palliative and End-of-Life Care Research Network funded by the FRQS (2017-2021).

Men’s Health: Heart Disease May 28, 2020 (+)

Cardiovascular or coronary heart disease is the second leading cause of death in men after cancer. Beyond healthy lifestyle habits, cardiovascular disease is also influenced by risk factors. Find out more about these risk factors.

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  • Dr Jean C. Grégoire, received his MD from the Université de Montréal in 1985. He completed his residency in internal medicine and cardiology in 1990 at the same university. He then trained in interventional cardiology at the Quebec Heart Institute, followed by two years of study at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.
     
    He is an associate professor at the Université de Montréal and works in the interventional cardiology department, coronary care unit and clinical research at the Montreal Heart Institute. He is the author of several scientific publications and is co-chair of the Canadian Cardiovascular Society’s Dyslipidemia Guidelines. He is also a member of Hypertension Canada. His main research interests include the role of oxidative stress in atherosclerosis and restenosis after angioplasty, endothelial dysfunction, inflammation, novel biomarkers, imaging of atheromatous plaque, dyslipidemia, diabetes, hypertension and acute coronary syndrome.
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