BERKELEY, CA USA (News Release) - January 14, 2015 - UroToday is expanding its video-on-demand content in the UrologyTUBE™ with a new video channel featuring multi-media lectures focusing on treatment of men with advanced prostate cancer. The new channel specifically focuses on androgen deprivation treatment (hormone treatment) as the backbone of advanced prostate cancer treatment. A number of well-known urologists and medical oncologists will be presenting video lectures with information about ADT, including clinical benefits, case presentations, and recent developments in our understanding of advanced prostate cancer. As the new channel launches, three video lectures are posted for the worldwide UroToday readership to access on UroToday.com. The first of the three video lectures features a presentation by Thomas Keane, MD, Chair of Urology at the Medical University of South Carolina (and Editor-in-Chief of UroToday), reviewing the rationale for ADT and evaluating the head to head trial of degarelix and leuprolide.
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