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Us TOO is proud to offer our 2021 webinar series, What is Right for Me in My Prostate Cancer Treatment? This series of educational and interactive webinars will bring people together virtually and safely to access empowering, decision-making information and personal connections in a time of social distancing.
The first webinar in this series is a discussion on the topic of Bone Health and Nutrition. Some prostate cancer treatments are known to adversely affect bone density and make men more susceptible to fractures and breaks. But there are things we can do to strengthen and protect our bones, and therefore help us to maintain an active, healthy lifestyle. Often overlooked, the role your diet can play may surprise you.
Gregory Lewis, MD - Senior Urologist at Advanced Urology Associates and AUA Prostate Cancer Center
Christine M. Palumbo, RDN, FAND - Nutrition Consultant
Jamie Kearns, MD - Assistant Professor of Urology at Atrium Health and Levine Cancer Institute in Charlotte, NC
Us TOO International
Join us for What is Right for Me in My Prostate Cancer Treatment?
This phone call support group is for the women behind the men affected by prostate cancer. Because prostate cancer is a couple's disease, the woman is often subject to her own concerns in addition to those she shares with her partner. A Forum for Her will focus on women and offer peer-to-peer support to address these concerns.
Ongoing - for questions about the group or to register for one of our regular calls, contact Terri Likowski at 336-842-3578 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Using your computer, tablet or smartphone:
Click here or paste the link below into your browser: https://www.gotomeet.me/AnswerCancer
You will be using your microphone and speakers (VoIP). A USB headset is recommended for the best sound quality. To minimize background noise, please mute your mic when not speaking.