So the big question is this: how can men and those who care for them better educate themselves regarding prostate health, the conditions that affect the prostate, and the latest technology in managing these conditions? That is the question and this podcast will provide the answers. My name is Garrett D. Pohlman, MD, founder and host of The Prostate Health Podcast. On a weekly basis I will be chatting with experts, innovators, and leaders in the field of Urology – sharing useful information with the general public to improve their lives and increase their overall health.
Prostate-Specific Membrane Antigen (PSMA) -Targeting in Prostate Cancer Treatment – Scott Tagawa, M.D.
We are excited to follow up on last week's episode regarding the recent FDA approval of the first PSMA-targeted PET Gallium Scan for Prostate Cancer.
In this episode, we will take it a step further and look at how that scan complements the PSMA-targeting with prostate cancer treatment. We have Dr. Scott Tagawa joining us today. He is an international leader in PSMA-targeting in the treatment of prostate cancer, and he will get us up to speed.
First PSMA-Targeted PET Gallium Scan for Prostate Cancer Approved by FDA - Robert E. Reiter, MD, MBA
We have some exciting news today! The FDA recently approved the first PSMA-targeted PET Gallium Scan for Prostate Cancer. In this episode, we will be talking to Dr. Rob Reiter, one of the primary investigators instrumental in helping to bring this new technology forward to get it approved for its initial use here in the USA.
Dr. Reiter is the Bing Professor of Urology and Molecular Biology and Director of the Prostate Cancer Treatment and Research Program at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.
Chronic Prostatitis/Pelvic Pain Syndrome Series (Part 3 of 3): The Physical Therapy Intervention – Daniel Kirages, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Dr. Pohlman has enjoyed collaborating with Dr. Daniel Kirages, from the University of Southern California, who has been instrumental in helping organize our three-episode chronic prostatitis and chronic pelvic pain syndrome series.
Today, we will wrap things up with an episode on the physical therapy intervention side. Be sure to listen in as Dr. Daniel Kirages shares how physical therapy can help men overcome chronic prostatitis and chronic pelvic pain syndrome.
Chronic Prostatitis/Pelvic Pain Syndrome Series (Part 2 of 3): The Urologist’s Perspective – Joshua Gonzalez, MD
Welcome back for Part 2 of our Chronic Prostatitis/Pelvic Pain Syndrome Series.
In part one, we covered the science and research sides of the disease. In this episode, we will be getting the MD perspective. We are excited to have the board-certified fellowship-trained urologist and men’s health expert, Dr. Joshua Gonzalez, joining us on the show today.
Dr. Joshua Gonzalez is a board-certified urologist currently practicing in Los Angeles, California.
Chronic Prostatitis/Pelvic Pain Syndrome Series (Part 1 of 3): The Research/Science Perspective - Jason Kutch, PhD
Chronic prostatitis and chronic pelvic pain syndrome can be very daunting and affect millions of men. The affected individuals have pain that can be debilitating. It affects their ability to perform several ordinary tasks, including sitting and walking. That can upend the life of an individual.
Today, we will be talking to one of the world’s scientific leaders in chronic prostatitis and chronic pelvic pain syndrome, Dr. Jason Kutch, from the University of Southern California. Stay tuned for more!
Novel Treatment Options Emerging for Advanced Prostate Cancer - Natasha Kyprianou, PhD
The treatment landscape for men with advanced prostate cancer keeps on shifting and expanding. As new therapy options continue to emerge, it is important to understand which treatment options are currently available and how they work in fighting the disease. To highlight a few of the new options, we have Dr. Natasha Kyprianou, an award-winning prostate cancer investigator, joining us on the podcast today to help you get up to speed. Stay tuned for more!
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