Prostate Cancer: a disease of our time
Prostate cancer continues to pose considerable controversies, and to attract interest and attention from the public, the media, scientists and urologists alike. From molecular biology and gigantic leaps in technology, to high-quality randomised controlled trials of screening and treatment, never before has the urological community witnessed such a proliferation of research activity on this common malignancy. This presentation will take you through a journey of evidence-based knowledge, examining in turn the old, the new, the good, the bad and the future, in managing this common and ubiquitous disease.
Freddie C. Hamdy FRCSEd, FRCS, FMedSci, Nuffield Professor of Surgery & Urology, University of Oxford
Freddie Hamdy is the Nuffield Professor of Surgery at the University of Oxford, UK, Head of the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences, Professor of Urology and Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences. His research encompasses clinical, translational and basic science programmes on urological cancers. He published over 400 articles and raised in excess of £60m in research grants.
Monday 17th June, 6pm-7:30pm at the Royal Society of Edinburgh