In September, PROCURE demystifies the prostate!

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. This month gives us the opportunity to think, listen, act and support these men and families who are victims of prostate cancer. Did you know that in Quebec, 12 men a day are diagnosed with prostate cancer and that close to 900 families lose a loved one to this disease every year? However, it is completely curable if it is discovered early enough, if it remains confined to the prostate and if it is treated in a timely manner.That’s why we encourage all men to talk to their doctors about the risk factors for prostate cancer, because there’s nothing to be embarrassed about!

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Did you know that men who have prostate cancer in their family are at higher risk than others?

What are the genes involved in prostate cancer? What are the risks if more than one first-degree relative has had prostate cancer?

Answers this Tuesday, with Dr. Frédéric Pouliot, PHD, FRCSC, uro-oncologist and molecular imaging researcher at the CHU of Québec.

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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.

Symptoms, medical follow-up and treatments in Covid time – sept.8, 2020 (+)

The current pandemic has turned the course of patient care in oncology upside down.
Some medical procedures or follow-up appointments have been delayed and some diagnoses have been delayed did not take place. In this episode, Dr. Peter Vavassis tells you about all the procedures put in place to provide maximum service to prostate cancer patients during COVID.

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