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17th Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference – Melbourne, Aug 2016

TissuPath was proud to attend and take part in the 17th Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference, held right here in Melbourne at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

TissuPath pathologists were involved in several session/panel presentations;

The role of Pathologists in Prostate Cancer in 2016 – Dr Andrew Ryan (Nursing & Allied Health stream).

Prostate Cancer – keeping up to date in 2016  – Dr Andrew Ryan (Men’s Health update for General Practitioners)

……with TissuPath prostate volumetric pictures also featuring prominently in the main plenary Multidisciplinary Meeting of 2020 and the 3rd Prostate MRI Imaging & Biopsy Masterclass.

TissuPath collaborations were also prominent in multiple poster presentations;

  • Routinely reported ‘equivocal’ lymphovascular invasion in prostatectomy specimens is associated with adverse outcomes; Elena Galiabovitch, Christopher M Hovens, Justin S. Peters, Anthony J. Costello, Shane Battye, Sam Norden, Andrew Ryan and Niall M. Corcoran. 17th Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference, Melbourne, Aug 2016
  • The diagnostic accuracy of multiparametric MRI for significant prostate cancer when compared to transperineal biopsy; Lana Pepdjonovic, Sean Huang, Anthony Dat, Sarah Mann, Mark Frydenberg,  Daniel Moon, Ross Snow, Uri Hanegbi, Adam Landau, Richard O’Sullivan, Andrew Ryan and Jeremy Grummet. 17th Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference, Melbourne, Aug 2016.
  • Could targeting suspicious prostate lesions only on transperineal biopsies replace template biopsies? Lana Pepdjonovic, Sean Huang, Anthony Dat, Sarah Mann, Mark Frydenberg,  Daniel Moon, Ross Snow, Uri Hanegbi, Adam Landau, Richard O’Sullivan, Andrew Ryan and Jeremy Grummet. 17th Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference, Melbourne, Aug 2016.
  • Zero hospital admissions for infection after 1,024 transperineal prostate biopsies;  Lana Pepdjonovic, Sean Huang, Anthony Dat, Sarah Mann, Mark Frydenberg,  Daniel Moon, Ross Snow, Uri Hanegbi, Adam Landau, Richard O’Sullivan, Andrew Ryan and Jeremy Grummet. 17th Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference, Melbourne, Aug 2016.
  • A new registry of MRI in prostate cancer diagnosis using the REDCap electronic data capture program; Lana Pepdjonovic, Sean Huang, Anthony Dat, Sarah Mann, Mark Frydenberg,  Daniel Moon, Ross Snow, Uri Hanegbi, Adam Landau, Richard O’Sullivan, Andrew Ryan and Jeremy Grummet. 17th Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference, Melbourne, Aug 2016
  • mpMRI is helping to avoid unnecessary prostate biopsies in the diagnostic work-up of prostate cancer; Lana Pepdjonovic, Sean Huang, Anthony Dat, Sarah Mann, Mark Frydenberg, Daniel Moon, Ross Snow, Uri Hanegbi, Adam Landau, Richard O’Sullivan, Andrew Ryan and Jeremy Grummet. 17th Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference, Melbourne, Aug 2016
  • Identifying the origins and drivers of castration-resistant prostate cancer; Natalie J Kurganovs, Marek Cmero, Nicholas Howard, Pat Bugeja, Michael Kerger, David Clarke, Phil Dundee, Jeremy Grummet, Justin Peters, John Pederson, Andrew Ryan, et al.  17th Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference, Melbourne, Aug 2016.
  • Hormonally regulated mechanisms of MSH2 disruption in prostate cancer; Patrick McCoy, Geoff Macintyre, Michael Clarkson, Natalie Kurganovs, Andrew Ryan, et al. 17th Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference, Melbourne, Aug 2016.
  • Lymph node and bone metastases have distinct sites of origin in primary prostate cancer; Stefano Mangiola, Matthew Kh Hong, Marek Cmero, Natalie Kurganovs, Andrew Ryan, et al. 17th Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference, Melbourne, Aug 2016.

The meeting is a long established must attend for all those interested in the care of men with Prostate Cancer and those at the cutting edge of Prostate cancer research.

TissuPath is very proud to be involved and looks forward to it’s ongoing association.

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