Discovery Radio – Episode #53 – Men Moving Forward: Addressing Disparities in African American Male Prostate Cancer

Discovery Radio – Episode #53 – Men Moving Forward: Addressing Disparities in African American Male Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among men in the U.S., but research shows that a significant disparity exists in the U.S. and, specifically, in Milwaukee. On today’s show, learn about a research study hoping to provide better outcomes for African American men treated for prostate cancer in our community. We’ll also discover a clinical trial that’s enrolling patients being treated for Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. And later, we’ll focus our CTS-EYE on the Medical College of Wisconsin’s 125thAnniversary being marked in 2018.That’s all coming up inside this edition of CTSI Discovery Radio!

Guests

  • Melinda StolleyPhD,  Professor, Department of Medicine, MCW; Assistant Director Prevention & Control, MCW Cancer Center
  • Paula PapanekPhD, MPT, LAT, ATC, FACSM, Associate Professor; Director, Program of Exercise Science, Department of Physical Therapy, MU
  • Andres Yarur, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, MCW
  • Richard (Dick) Katschke, MA, APR, Chief Historian; Senior Associate Vice President for Communications, MCW

More Information

Bryan Belmer
bbelmer@mcw.edu


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