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Prostate Cancer Pathways for Patients and Caregivers – Englewood, NJ

Recorded Saturday, September 29, 2018
at Englewood Health, Englewood, NJ

View the full video by clicking on the image below; or scroll down to access links to short video segments about specific content presented at the event.

Presenters for the Englewood Event:

  • Dr. Anne Katz, Certified Sexuality Counselor, Clinical Nurse Specialist at CancerCare Manitoba, Editor of the Oncology Nursing Forum, and Author
  • Dr. Stacy Loeb, Assistant Professor of Urology and Population Health at the New York University School of Medicine and Manhattan VA
  • Dr. Charles G. Drake, Director of Genitourinary Oncology and Associate Director for Clinical Research at the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center, New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC)
  • Mazyar Ghanaat, MD, Program Director of Urologic Oncology at Englewood Health
  • Dr. Tracy Scheller, Medical Director, Graf Center for Integrative Medicine at Englewood Health
  • Mark Van Buren, Mindful Living Trainer

Hosted by Englewood Health, in collaboration with Us TOO New Jersey and New York Support Groups.

CLICK TIMES BELOW TO ACCESS SPECIFIC TOPICS

  • 0:18  – Introduction – Chuck Strand 
  • 3:51  – About Us TOO 
     
  • 7:29  – Intro to Dr. Mazyar Ghanaat 
  • 8:47  – Dr. Ghanaat – Men's Health Risks 
  • 10:45  – Intro to Men's Health 
  • 12:52  – Causes of Death 
  • 15:12  – Aging Population 
  • 16:37  – What Can I do to Improve My Health? 
  • 16:53  – Risk Factors 
  • 17:27  – Smoking 
  • 18:39  – Obesity 
  • 20:40  – Diet & Nutrition
  • 21:39  – Diet & Inflammation 
  • 25:06  – Benefits of Exercise 
  • 26:59  – Chronic Stress 
  • 28:01  – Reducing Stress 
  • 29:00  – Routine Check Ups & Common Urologic Conditions 
  • 29:50  – What is the Prostate? 
  • 33:14  – Lifestyle Changes & Healthcare are Key to Living a Long & Healthy Life 
  • 34:00  – Q&A 
     
  • 38:27  – Intro to Dr. Tracy Scheller 
  • 39:17  – Dr. Scheller – Integrative Medicine 
  • 41:53  – The Graf Center 
  • 44:40  – Acupuncture 
  • 45:42  – Massage 
  • 47:13  – Holistic Nutritional Counseling
  • 49:00  – Mindfulness/Mediation 
  • 51:09  – Yoga 
  • 51:43  – Therapeutic Review for Prostate Cancer 
  • 52:13  – Nutrition & Exercise 
  • 52:50  – Therapies for Prostate Cancer 
  • 53:55  – Q&A 
     
  • 58:10  – Dr. Ghanaat – Prostate Cancer 101 
  • 58:40  – Statistics 
  • 1:02:48  – What is PSA? 
  • 1:03:57  – Diagnosis & High Risk Groups 
  • 1:05:57  – Importance of Education & Shared Decision Making 
  • 1:09:30  – Q&A 
     
  • 1:10:32  – Intro to Dr. Stacy Loeb 
  • 1:11:39  – Dr. Loeb – Prostate Cancer Screening, Staging & Treatment of Localized Disease
  • 1:11:52  – What is the Prostate? 
  • 1:12:47  – Anatomy of the Prostate 
  • 1:13:12  – Prostate Cancer: Main Risk Factors 
  • 1:14:01  – Prostate Cancer Prevention 
  • 1:14:54  – Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) 
  • 1:16:35  – Shared Decision-Making 
  • 1:17:02  – What You Need to Know About PSA Screening 
  • 1:18:37  – Randomized Trials of Prostate Cancer Screening 
  • 1:20:27  – Disadvantages of PSA Testing 
  • 1:21:44  – When to Recommend an Initial Biopsy 
  • 1:23:35  – Guidelines for Prior Negative Biopsy 
  • 1:24:32  – Testing Options 
  • 1:25:12  – Statement on MRI 
  • 1:26:39  – Transrectal Prostate Biopsy 
  • 1:27:46  – Serious Biopsy-Related Infections 
  • 1:29:11  – Ways to Reduce Biopsy Risks 
  • 1:32:10  – Prostate Cancer Diagnosis – Gleason & Grading 
  • 1:33:40  – Current Methods for Staging 
  • 1:35:21  – Risk Classification (Low, Intermediate & High) 
  • 1:36:39  – Additional Options for Risk Stratification (Imaging & Genomic Tests) 
  • 1:38:37  – Treatment Options 
  • 1:40:18  – A Multidisciplinary Approach 
  • 1:41:39  – Watchful Waiting 
  • 1:42:27  – Active Surveillance 
  • 1:43:25  – Radical Prostatectomy 
  • 1:45:17  – Goals of Surgery 
  • 1:45:43  – Radiation Therapy 
  • 1:46:48  – Other Localized Treatment Options (Cryotherapy, HIFU, Focal Therapy) 
  • 1:48:39  – Monitoring After Initial Definitive Therapy 
  • 1:49:22  – Biochemical Recurrence 
  • 1:50:57  – Key Considerations in Recurrence After Local Therapy 
  • 1:54:08  – Q&A 
  • 2:17:38  – A Word from Sponsors 
     
  • 2:22:22  – Intro to Dr. Anne Katz 
  • 2:23:42  – Dr. Katz – Sex, Intimacy, ED, Penile Shrinkage, Incontinence After Treatment 
  • 2:26:07  – After Radical Prostatectomy 
  • 2:33:02  – After External Beam Radiation 
  • 2:35:56  – After Brachytherapy 
  • 2:37:05  – After Androgen Deprivation Therapy 
  • 2:38:44  – Model of Male Sexuality After Cancer 
  • 2:40:38  – Men's Experiences of Changes to Sexuality 
  • 2:44:36  – Couple's Experiences 
  • 2:50:24  – Overcoming the "Coital Imperative" 
  • 2:54:32  – Interventions (Pills, Vacuum Pump, Intraurethral Pellets, Intracavernosal Injections, Penile Implants)
  • 3:00:32  – Penile Rehabilitation 
  • 3:05:19  – Interventions (Vacuum Pump, Vibrators, Education & Support, New Expression of Sexuality)
  • 3:07:19  – Interventions (Grieve the Loss of Sexuality, Massage, Libido, Counseling)
  • 3:11:04  – Some Concerns Specific to Gay Men 
  • 3:14:45  – Q&A 
     
  • 3:23:33  – Intro to Dr. Charles G. Drake 
  • 3:24:55  – Dr. Drake – Advanced Disease & Immunotherapy 
  • 3:26:46  – How Prostate Cancer Evolves Over Time 
  • 3:27:57  – Prostate-Specific Membrane Antigen (PSMA) Imaging 
  • 3:29:19  – Assessment of Response to Therapy 
  • 3:31:45  – Initiation of Androgen Deprivation Therapy (ADT) 
  • 3:35:16  – Hormonal Therapy 
  • 3:38:53  – Blocking the Fuel Line 
  • 3:40:16  – Managing Side Effects 
  • 3:44:28  – Castration Resistance 
  • 3:46:11  – Side Effects Improvement? 
  • 3:48:19  – Blocking Fuel Production (Orchiectomy) 
  • 3:49:03  – Castration Resistance: Progression When Testosterone is Low 
  • 3:50:09  – What if ADT Fails? 
  • 3:51:25  – Immunotherapy 
  • 3:56:20  – Super-Blockers 
  • 4:00:30  – Super-Inhibitors 
  • 4:02:32  – Cost, Coverage & Assistance Programs 
  • 4:04:46  – Chemotherapy 
  • 4:07:19  – When are the Treatments Worse Than the Disease? 
  • 4:08:49  – Bone-Targeted Radiation Therapy (Rad223, Xofigo) 
  • 4:10:15  – Experimental Treatments 
  • 4:12:01  – PARP Inhibitors 
  • 4:13:31  – Anti-PD-1 Alone Doesn't Work in Prostate Cancer 
  • 4:14:33  – Immunotherapy Plus Hormonal Therapy 
  • 4:15:30  – Clinical Trials 
  • 4:17:13  – What to Ask? 
  • 4:18:03  – Example Trial 
  • 4:19:21  – How to Find a Trial 
  • 4:20:28  – Conclusion 
  • 4:22:02  – Thanks to Sponsors 
     
  • 4:22:40  – Intro to Mark Van Buren 
  • 4:23:07  – The Benefits of Meditation for Patients 
  • 4:29:07  – Guided Meditation Session 
  • 4:36:59  – Quieting the Mind 
  • 4:37:57  – Practicing Being Present 
  • 4:40:34  – Thank You to Viewers & Attendees