Prostate Cancer Online Clinic by Doctors Herman Bagga and Kyle Schuyler
November 16, 2021 | 7:00 pm
Prostate cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer for men. 230,000 men in the US alone are diagnosed every year. Approximately 30,000 men die from prostate cancer annually. Many of these deaths are preventable.View On-Demand
Learn why prostate cancer screening and early detection are key to overcoming this unfortunately common disease. Dr. Herman Bagga and Dr. Kyle Schuyler bring their expertise to your screen to help you understand everything you need to know about prostate cancer from diagnosis to post treatment survivorship.
In this webinar they will discuss:
- The primary function of the prostate gland
- The importance of annual screening
- Treatments and side effects
- Survivorship & maintaining quality of life after treatment
About the Presenters
Dr. Herman S. Bagga is a fellowship-trained urologist offering comprehensive medical and surgical Urologic care. He serves as the Director of the Center for Men’s Health and Genitourinary Reconstruction at the Allegheny Health Network which spans western Pennsylvania. His Center addresses Men’s Health issues including sexual dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease, testosterone deficiency, prostate health and other issues including major genitourinary reconstruction. He also serves as the medical director of Urology at Allegheny Valley Hospital.
Dr. Kyle G. Schuyler is a urologist who specializes in oncology. Dr. Schuyler received his medical degree from the University of Toledo College of Medicine and went on to complete his surgical internship and urology residency at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore. Dr. Schuyler has also helped author several publications in peer-reviewed urology journals. He has clinical interests in stone disease, urologic oncology, men’s sexual and erectile dysfunction, and men’s voiding dysfunction. He is trained in endosurgery, robotic surgery, microsurgery, and laparoscopic surgery.
This webinar is proudly co-sponsored by Boston Scientific