Internet Enduring Material sponsored and presented by the Center for Continuing Medical Education at the Stanford School of Medicine. This is a recorded presentation of the Prostate Cancer CME Series: Treatment Across the Prostate Cancer Continuum for Primary Care Clinicians held on Monday, March 21, 2022. The goal of the series is to enhance understanding of increasingly complex treatment options and close knowledge gaps in earlier stages of prostate cancer. This session was targeted towards the primary care clinicians and included a discussion on the historical landscape of testing, blood based diagnostic biomarkers and screening, the latest in diagnostics, role of genetics and genomics and highlight existing disparities in prostate cancer.
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Ali R Khaki, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Stanford Health Care (SHC)
Co-Course Director, Faculty
Stocks or stock options, excluding diversified mutual funds-Merck and Company, Inc. (Relationship has ended)|Stocks or stock options, excluding diversified mutual funds-Sanofi-Aventis (Relationship has ended)|Stocks or stock options, excluding diversified mutual funds-Doximity (Relationship has ended)
Hala Borno, MD
Assistant Professor, Medicine
Paid consultant-AstraZeneca (Relationship has ended)|Executive-Trial Libray, Inc
Matthew R Cooperberg, MD, MPH
Professor of Urology; Epidemiology & Biostatistics
Consulting Fee-Dendreon|Consulting Fee-AstraZeneca|Consulting Fee-Astellas|Consulting Fee-Veracyte|Consulting Fee-Verana|Consulting Fee-Exact Sciences|Consulting Fee-Pfizer, Inc. (Relationship has ended)|Consulting Fee-Bayer Corporation (Relationship has ended)|Consulting Fee-Merck and Company, Inc. (Relationship has ended)|Consulting Fee-Exelixis (Relationship has ended)|Consulting Fee-Foundation Medicine (Relationship has ended)
John Leppert, MD, MS
Nothing to disclose
Sumit Anil Shah, MD
Advisor-Natera|Grant or research support-Genentech, Inc.
Geoffrey Alexander Sonn, MD
Assistant Professor of Urology
Ruth Adewuya, MD, CHCP
Managing Director, CME
Stanford University School of Medicine
Laura Ruffo, NP
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