DETROIT — The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute, in collaboration with Wayne State University School of Medicine, will present the fourth annual Prostate Cancer Symposium on Sept. 20 at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit.
The symposium will focus on the latest research and treatment advancements for surviving prostate cancer,
including proton beam therapy, cryotherapy, new FDA-approved drug therapies, research and clinical trials.
Attendees will hear updates from several experts and have an opportunity to ask questions regarding
treatment therapies and access to new therapies, participating in clinical trials, research progress and much
more. There will also be a panel consisting of medical staff and prostate cancer survivors.
The symposium is free but registration is required before Sept. 20. To confirm registration and see the full agenda, visit karmanos.org/prostatecancersymposium.