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What is low-risk prostate cancer?

Interview with Urologist, Mr Kevin Chu

Natalie Richards from Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre speaks to urologist, Mr Kevin Chu about how prostate cancer is diagnosed, the tests involved and teasing out the differences in treatment pathways.

Overcoming Prostate Cancer

A survivor tells his story

Listen to Less Hunt from Gippsland FM radio interview Alan White, prostate cancer survivor. Alan shares his personal experience of being diagnosed with low risk - then later - intermediate risk prostate cancer. Alan is candid about his treatment and the side-effects including the impact on sexual function; and the challenges he has overcome. Alan's wife, Fiona, shares her experience about the impact of the diagnosis and decision making. Leanne Prosser, prostate cancer specialist nurse also offers her insight and advice.

Navigating active surveillance options

Interview with Natalie Richards, Declan Murphy and Renu Eapen

This episode of the GU - Cast focuses on the Navigate study and Active Surveillance as a treatment option for men with low risk prostate cancer and some men with favourable intermediate risk prostate cancer. Professor Declan Murphy and Dr Renu Eapen address some of the barriers of treatment options with Natalie Richards the Project Manager and Research Nurse for the Navigate study, such as the overwhelming nature of choosing treatment options and how the Navigate study aims to address this.

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The Penis Project - Episode 11

Professor Declan Murphy appears on episode 13 of the Penis Project to discuss prostate cancer and the experiences of patients diagnosed with prostate cancer. Declan speaks about the Navigate study and the treatment options for low risk prostate cancer patients, including Active Surveillance.

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ABC - This Weekend Life

Men urged to harden up on their prostate health

Prostate cancer diagnoses plummeted during the coronavirus pandemic because men were not getting checked, according to Professor Declan Murphy Consultant Urologist and Director of Genito-Urinary (GU) Oncology at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.

Professor Murphy said men over 50 should speak to their GP about getting their PSA level checked regularly because the difference between early detection and late detection can be life altering.

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men worldwide.

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