First Wednesday evening of each month (6:30-8:30 PM) at Sorenson Unity Center 1383 South, 900 West Salt Lake City, UT 84114
June 6, 2018. Junko Fowles: Financial Issues for Prostate Cancer Patients: Help For You. Ms. Fowles is the supervisor of financial counselors at Huntsman Cancer Inst.
We meet on the first Wednesday of every month at 6:30pm for about two hours. Up-to-date information is presented by experts from a range of professions, such as: Urology, Radiology, Oncology, Nursing, Physician Assistant, Psychology, Social Work, etc.
Topics might be: the latest information on PSA testing; information on when and when not to get treatment; choice of treatments; the physical & emotional aftereffects of treatment.
After the presentation, men and families can raise issues about their own process of diagnosis, choice of treatment, struggles with a side effect, etc. These discussions are open & confidential as we want our members to feel comfortable telling their story.
May 2 Open Discussion
April 4 Jordan Rullo, PhD. Prostate Cancer Does Not Take Away Your Sexuality
March 7 Bryan Haycock, PhD. The Role of Dietary Supplements in Cancer Prevention and Management
Feb. 7 Bonnie Butler, PT Incontinence: Stregthening the Pelvic Floor
Jan. 3, 2018. Dr. George Middleton, M. D. Causes and Treatments for Erectile Dysfunction
Dec. 6, 2017 Dr. Nitin B. Chandramouli, Utah Cancer Specialists Current State of Treatment for Advanced Prostate Cancer
Nov. 1. Dr. Orrenzo Snyder, M. D. Summit Urology Prostate Cancer and Bladder Outlet Obstruction
Oct. 4. Dr. Rulon Hardman, M.D., Ph. D. Targeted Prostate Biopsy with MRI
Sept. 6. John Cooper Chaplain at Huntsman Cancer Hosp.
Spirituality and Cancer
Aug. 2. Group Discussion: What should I know for my son/brother/friend/ neighbor who asks about prostate cancer?
July 12. Annual Picnic
June 7th. Dr. Benjamin Maughan, Medical Oncologist, HCI Molecular Diagnostics
May 3rd. Dr. Peter Fisher, Urologist, Summit Urology Prostate Cancer in the Community
April 5th. Katie Barker, Nutritionist, HCI Nutrition and Prostate Cancer