Though Common, Prostate Cancer is Often Very Treatable – Join Our Q&A Chat for Details

Prostate Cancer Q&A ChatDid you know that prostate cancer is the second most common cancer experienced by men, after skin cancer? The good news is that, when caught early, it can often be treated with great success.

Millions of men are living today as survivors of prostate cancer. Being armed with good information in advance is a key ingredient in protecting yourself or your loved ones from this disease.

Join Emory Chairman of the Department of Urology, Dr. Martin Sanda, on Tuesday, September 24, for an online web chat to discuss “Prostate Cancer.”

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Prostate Cancer Chat Details

Date: Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Time: 2-3 p.m. EST
Chat Leader: Dr. Martin Sanda
Chat Topic: Prostate Cancer

Dr. Sanda will be available to answer questions such as:

• How can I prevent prostate cancer?
• What are the latest prostate cancer screening recommendations?
• What are symptoms of prostate cancer ?
• What are the latest treatment options for prostate cancer?

To learn more or to register visit emoryhealthcare.org/mdchats.

About Dr. Martin Sanda

Martin Sanda, MDMartin G. Sanda, MD, an internationally recognized prostate cancer surgeon and scientist, was appointed chair of the Department of Urology at Emory University School of Medicine and service chief for Emory Healthcare. He also serves as director of the Prostate Cancer Center, which will be established within Emory’s Winship Cancer Institute.

Sanda joins Emory from Harvard Medical School, where he was professor of surgery in urology, and from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, where he served as director of the Prostate Cancer Center. He was also the co-leader of the Prostate Cancer Program at the Dana Farber Cancer Center.

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