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Newsletter December 2018

Awareness: The PCCN-Toronto and Side by Side Prostate Cancer Support Groups Newsletter. In this Issue: November Awareness Night – Dr. Sidney Radomski on “Erectile Dysfunction and Incontinence after prostate cancer treatment” Our 2019 Awareness Nights meetings Our sponsors Our next Awareness Night – March 2019 PCCN-Toronto enjoyed a very successful “social night out” at the MANDARIN Restaurant The Rock the Road Raffle in support of Prostate Cancer Canada is back We Remember Ask the Health Care Team – “Why do I need treatment if I feel just fine?” by Dr. Sharon Sharir (Humber River Regional Hospital) Heads up for the …

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Video: “Erectile dysfunction, incontinence and sexual toys”

November 2018 Awareness Night Erectile dysfunction, incontinence and sexual toys Dr.Sidney Radomski MD, FRCSC Director, Urodynamics Laboratory,Toronto Western Hospital,part of University Health Network Professor, Dept. of Surgery (Urology), University of Toronto   CLICK ON THE ARROW TO START THE VIDEO The Complete Presentation 50:38 minutes 

Video: “Partner, caregiver and survivor forum”

November 2017 Awareness Night Partner, caregiver and survivor forum Leah Jamnicky, RN, BScN Urology Clinical Co-ordinator, Co-Lead, GUSurvivorhip Program, Co-Director, Prostate Cancer Survivorship Program, University Health Network     CLICK ON THE ARROW TO START THE VIDEO The Complete Presentation 40:40 minutes 

Urinary Incontinence Could Be Controlled by an Inflatable Penile Prosthesis

Due to the increasing numbers of radical prostatectomies performed for prostate cancer, a substantial and increasing number of patients suffer from postoperative urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction (ED). An inflatable penile prosthesis is highly recommended as an initial procedure, especially in patients with the dual problems of ED and incontinence. Read the article.

Video: Dr. Elterman – “Incontinence and Erectile Dysfunction”

November 2015 Scotiabank Awareness Night Incontinence and Erectile Dysfunction Dr. Dean Elterman MD, MSc, FRCSC Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, University of Toronto Division of Urology, Department of Surgery, University Health Network, Western General Hospital     CLICK ON THE ARROW TO START THE VIDEO The Complete Presentation 1:02:39 hours

VIDEO: Dr. Sidney Radomski, “Erectile Dysfunction and Urinary Incontinence after Prostate Cancer Treatment”

November 2013 Scotiabank Awareness Night “Erectile Dysfunction and Urinary Incontinence after Prostate Cancer Treatment” Dr.Sidney Radomski MD, FRCSC Director, Urodynamics Laboratory,Toronto Western Hospital,part of University Health Network Professor, Dept. of Surgery (Urology), University of Toronto   CLICK ON THE ARROW TO START THE VIDEO Click here for The Complete Presentation 55 minutes \ The compete presentation is available in 3 parts. Click here forPresentation Part 1, Incontinence Click here for Presentation Part 2, Erectile Dysfunction Click here forPresentation Part 3, Erectile Dysfunction Click here for Winston Klass Thanks Dr. Radomski Introduction by Winston Klass Complete Presentation 55:09 minutes Return to …

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VIDEO: Dr Keith Jarvi “Prostate Cancer Survivors: What Now?”

      March  2013 Scotiabank Awateness Night Dr. Keith Jarvi MD, FRCSC(C) Professor of Surgery, Division of Urology Department of Surgery University of Toronto, Chief of Urology, and Director Murray Koffler Urologic Wellness Centre Mount Sinai Hospital   “Prostate Cancer Survivors: What Now?” Survivorship issues in men with prostate cancer Incontinence, Erectile Dysfunction, Fertility, Need for radiation/chemo after surgery/radiation, In Vitro Fertilization and more.   CLICK ON THE ARROW TO START THE VIDEO Click here for Video Part 1 Click here for Video Part 2   Introduction by Allan Lappin     High Definition Part 1   17:48 minutes    …

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Artificial Urinary Sphincter Implantation for Post-RP Urinary Incontinence

Most men with incontinence following RP have normal bladder function; their incontinence is usually due to intrinsic sphincteric urethral deficiency. When urodynamic study confirms this diagnosis and flexible cystoscopy, shows no significant urethral stricture, artificial urinary sphincter implantation is indicated. Read the Article.

UI Surgery Rates Rise Years After RP: An Interview with Robert K. Nam, MD, MSc

Long-term quality of life for men who have undergone radical prostatectomy (RP) is inextricably tied to urinary incontinence (UI) issues. Robert K. Nam, MD, MSc, and colleagues helped to shed light on the impact of this side effect by studying rates of UI-corrective surgery occurring up to 15 years following radical prostatectomy. Read More.

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