AUA Summit - Imaging for Prostate Cancer with Dr. Michael Morris


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Imaging for Prostate Cancer with Dr. Michael Morris

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Our guest is Dr. Michael Morris, a medical oncologist and head of the GU Oncology Prostate Cancer Section at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. He talks with us about imaging for prostate cancer to help educate patients about the new advances in imaging as an assessment and detection tool of prostate cancer.

Short on time? Use the below timestamps to jump to any section:
0:49 - Introduction
1:28 - What is prostate cancer?
4:03 - Common tests to diagnose prostate cancer
5:41 - What is an imaging test? How does it help with prostate cancer?
8:15 - Process of an imaging test
13:34 - Different imaging agents available
16:31 - Is one imaging agent better than another?
17:49 - Improvements in imaging agents
20:44 - What to ask your doctor about imaging for prostate cancer?
22:31 - Final thoughts

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This podcast was made possible by the generous support from Lantheus Holdings.


October 14, 2021

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