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Outcomes of the TrueNth collaborative programme and the Prostate Cancer Outcomes Global Initiative to be discussed at Movember meeting

Published: 26 May 2017

Professors Claire Foster and Alison Richardson will be travelling to Vancouver, Canada, between the 17th – 21st June to attend a Movember meeting to discuss the outcomes of the TrueNth collaborative programme and the Prostate Cancer Outcomes Global Initiative.

TrueNTH is a revolutionary global care program that helps men living with prostate cancer to access care and support that improves quality of life before, during and after treatment. It focuses on empowering men to make informed decisions when it comes to treatment and side effects. TrueNTH operates across 6 countries with a team of more than 80 collaborators. The Prostate Cancer Outcomes (PCO) initiatives are transforming prostate cancer healthcare globally by building a better understanding of men’s experiences. By compiling reports from both doctors and patients throughout treatment and comparing this across regions, we’re forming a new benchmark for prostate cancer care. This program is working in 7 countries, with 40 collaborators and researchers.

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