These are certainly strange times, and the need to connect with others is more urgent than ever, especially for men affected by prostate cancer and their loved ones. While living with restrictions related to COVID, these men and women are still dealing with important treatment decisions or management of side effects associated with prostate cancer treatment.

Us TOO is proud to announce Prostate Cancer Connections, a new series of educational and interactive webinars which will bring people together virtually and safely to access empowering, decision-making information and personal connections in a time of social distancing.

For the first of our three webinars, we are partnering with AnCan to offer a discussion around how and if men with prostate cancer should talk to their kids about how it could impact their lives.

Join us for
Prostate Cancer Connections
Episode 1 in a Series of 3:
The Talk Prostate Cancer Educational Forum Webinar
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
8:00-9:30pm EDT

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Meet the Presenters
We are pleased to have renowned expert, Dr. Alicia Morgans as moderator at The Talk webinar. Dr. Morgans is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hematology/Oncology at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, Illinois. She specializes is investigating complications of systemic therapy for prostate cancer survivors, including the study of skeletal, cardiovascular, diabetic, and cognitive complications of prostate cancer survivorship. 
Panel
  • Moderator: Dr. Alicia Morgans, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
  • Medical Panelist: Dr. Ryan Berglund, Cleveland Clinic
  • Panel Includes Fathers, Sons, and Daughters Addressing Active Surveillance, Low/Intermediate and Advanced Prostate Cancer and Inheritable Gene Mutations

Topics
  • How and If Men with Prostate Cancer Should Talk to Their Kids About How it Could Impact Their Lives
  • Passing Cancer to Sons and Daughters
  • And Much More!

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