Bones, Hot Flashes and ADT: Using with Chemotherapy and Timing - Thomas Keane

(Length of video ~17 min)

Thomas Keane discusses strategies to mitigate side effects of ADT therapy and the difference between intermittent vs continuous ADT therapy.  Dr. Keane focuses his lecture on the side effect of hot flashes while undergoing ADT therapy and recommendations for the management of hot flashes.  Also, discussed is bone health and the acceleration of bone loss in men during ADT therapy.    

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Biography:
Thomas E. Keane, MBBCh, FRCSI, FACS