Prevention and Screening for Prostate Health
Stigmas, sensitives, fear, and more keep most men from talking about their health, especially prostate cancer symptoms. Let’s break the stigma together and have a conversation about prostate cancer so we can better understand and prevent prostate cancer through early detection. While more men are living with prostate cancer, not knowing if you have prostate cancer decreases your chances for survival. Why? Because prostate cancer may cause no signs or symptoms in the early stages.
In this webinar, we will address prostate cancer prevention and screening, as well as diagnosis and treatment. We will highlight who is at risk and what can be done proactively to protect the health of your prostate. Lastly, we will briefly talk about testicular cancer and how it compares to prostate cancer. Reserve your seat by registering today.
Session participants will understand:
- What the likelihood is of developing prostate cancer
- Signs and causes of prostate cancer
- What routine test or screening options exist for monitoring prostate cancer
- Available treatment options, including robotic surgery
- Difference between prostate cancer and testicular cancer
- Practices for optimal prostate health
George J.S. Kallingal, MD, MPH with Dignity Health Cancer Institute at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center
Dr. George Kallingal is a urologic oncologist with the Dignity Health – Cancer Institute at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix. He is board-certified by the American Urologic Association, and embraces precision surgery and compassionate care as part of his patient-centered approach to care.
Dr. Kallingal’s expertise includes treating the prostate, bladder, kidney, penile, testicular, and adrenal malignancies. He has expert skill on sophisticated robotic surgery, but also performs highly complex-open and endoscopic surgeries as well. Dr. Kallingal received his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. He completed his Urology residency at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu and his Fellowship in Urologic Oncology at the University of Miami. He has been a faculty surgical educator for over eight years. He has trained many physician residents, published high-quality urologic research and served internationally teaching robotic surgery. Dr. Kallingal completed 15 years of active duty service in the US Army and is an active member of the American Urologic Association and the Society for Government Service Urologists. Dr. Kallingal’s mission is to advance the field of Urologic Oncology and create an exceptional experience for his patients.
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