Providing awareness and education to patients and their physicians for optimal care and management.
Featuring Dr. Martin Gleave
Distinguished Professor and Chair, Department of Urologic Sciences at UBC, and British Columbia Leadership Chair.
Director of the Vancouver Prostate Centre.
Do you have difficulty falling asleep, or staying asleep, or getting back to sleep after waking? You’re not alone. In this program we learn about the importance of seeking help for our sleep issues for optimal quality of life and wellbeing.
Unfortunately, because it is a rare condition that often goes undiagnosed, and we know if patients haven’t been diagnosed, that they can frequently present to emergency rooms, because it’s rare. It is often not recognized and treated as things like, allergies.
The most important role of the radiologist is to detect breast cancer at an early stage, before it’s spread to the rest of the body because that can result in a woman dying of breast cancer. Mammograms acquired through population-based breast cancer screening programs produce a significant workload for radiologists.
The PSMA PET scan is making differences along the spectrum of the disease. It’s going to be used in men with high-risk localized prostate cancer, prior to surgery or radiation, to identify early spread that we cannot see with bone scans and CT scans.
Why is losing weight so difficult? When patients lose weight, why do they often gain it back? In this episode of Canadian Health and Family, we visit with Dr. Sandy Van to learn more about the science behind weight loss and Sandra Elia of Obesity Matters, a community of hope and support.
Aligning with advocacy organizations, key medical experts, professional societies, centers of excellence and institutions to reach each specialized disease state community.
Making great strides within most therapeutic areas with experience, expertise and knowledge of the therapeutic landscape.
A tribute to women’s health. Stories on menopause, cancer, sexual health, heart health, mental health, anti-aging and beyond.
Canadian Health & Family, as seen on CTV