The symposium is open to patients, family members, care givers and anyone else interested in learning the latest clinical advances in the treatment of prostate and urologic cancers.
The symposium will take place at 5:30pm on Friday, September 29th in the Trent Semans Center - Great Hall.
Parking for the symposium is located behind the Trent Semans Center in the Bryan Research Parking Garage- see map below:
Yes! We'd love to have you join us at the symposium but welcome everyone to the tailgate and game.
The Tailgate will be on the grassy lawn by Cameron Indoor Stadium - in the area called K-Ville.
This event will raise funds for Duke Cancer Institute's Genitourinary Cancer disease group. Genitourinary cancers represent the broadest and most common group of all malignancies, including testicular cancer, bladder cancer, kidney cancer and prostate cancer. The funds will go directly to supporting research, education programs, and patient care programs.
Our Prostate & Urologic Cancer disease group is at the forefront of treating these cancers. We also have expertise treating mediastinal germ cell cancers, Paget’s disease of the scrotum, penile cancer, rhabdoid tumor of the kidney, stromal tumors of the testis, small cell/neuroendocrine cancer of the prostate or bladder, teratoma, transitional cell cancer, urethral cancer, urachal cancer, and urothelial cancer. Through multidisciplinary care, education, and research, our physicians are helping improve the survival and quality of life of patients. Our associated DCI Center for Prostate & Urologic Cancers, which brings together a multidisciplinary team of more than 20 clinicians and 30 laboratory-based researchers, is a national leader in the areas of health disparities, immunotherapy, population sciences and RNA targets and therapeutics.
Our tax identification number is 56-0532129.