MIMS Oncology & Palliative Care special supplement on advanced prostate cancer

This special supplement includes features, case studies and an interview with three healthcare professionals answering a question on treatment for disease progression.

This supplement on advanced prostate cancer includes the feature articles:

  • Management of metastatic prostate cancer: an overview of treatment
  • Improving quality of life in men with advanced prostate cancer

It also features an interview about treatment for disease progression and two case studies:

  • Treating hormone-refractory disease
  • Managing prostate cancer symptoms

Contributors include:

  • Professor Roger Kirby, director of the Prostate Centre, London
  • Dr Heather Payne, Dr Angela Swampillai and Mr Mark Feneley, University College Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, London
  • Dr Jawaher Ansari and Dr John Glanholm, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
  • Rhona McMenemin, Newcastle General Hospital, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne
  • Mr Donald McDonald, Dr Jo Bowen and Mr Adel Makar, Worcestershire Royal Hospital

Click here to request a copy of this special supplement on advanced prostate cancer.

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