Prostate Survivorship Patient Seminar

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1 in 8 men in the UK will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during their lifetime. With each year that goes by, new treatments and more accurate detection mean that more and more men are prostate cancer survivors.

The term Cancer Survivorship describes living beyond cancer which, in some cases, will involve managing long term side effects from treatment. For men who have been treated for prostate cancer, these side effects are frequently urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction.

New surgical techniques allow surgeons to operate on an increasing number of patients, but whilst removing the cancer, other structures within the body can be damaged.

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Wednesday 10 July
Registration: 6.30pm
Seminar: 7-9pm
The Marylebone Hotel, London

Join us for an evening of learning with talks from the UK’s leading specialists in urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction and success stories from other prostate cancer survivors who have taken control of their long-term recovery.

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Hear from the UK's leading specialists

In the immediate post-operative period, men often experience incontinence (leaking of urine) which usually tapers off within several weeks or months. For some men however, the incontinence persists beyond the recovery period and becomes a long term side effect of their treatment.

The same is true for erectile dysfunction (ED). ED is a widely-reported complication following prostate cancer surgery and can have a lasting impact on men and their partners.

There are a number of surgical and non-surgical interventions which can offer symptomatic relief from urinary incontinence and ED.

At our Prostate Survivorship Patient Seminar you will hear how you can take control of your long-term recovery from two of the UK’s leading specialists in urinary incontinence (Mr Jeremy Ockrim, left) and ED (Professor David Ralph, right).

Event details

Wednesday 10 July, 2019
Registration: 6.30PM
Seminar: 7-9PM

The Marylebone
47 Wellbeck Street
London, W1G 8DN

Arriving by train

Whether you are arriving from Victoria, Paddington, St Pancras or King’s Cross, all of London’s major train stations are well connected to the hotel via London Underground, with Bond Street serving as the closest tube station to the hotel.

Partners welcome

We want you to feel comfortable, relaxed and supported, so supporters are most welcome. Complimentary food and drink will be served.

For more details or to book your tickets

P: 020 7467 4344

Meet the specialists

Mr Jeremy Ockrim  ›
Special interests include:
Incontinence (+ 3 more)
Professor David Ralph  ›
Special interests include:
Male Infertility (+ 3 more)

Why King Edward VII's Hospital?

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We don’t have to make promises at King Edward VII’s Hospital.
Our standards are apparent in everything we do…
  • Just 56 beds – because we are dedicated to providing truly personalised care
  • Hand-picked specialists – we invite only the world’s top consultants for our patients
  • Consistently low patient to nurse ratios – ensuring that every patient gets the attention they deserve
  • In-house Head chef – serving restaurant quality fine-dining meals every day
  • Supporting Veterans – providing subsidised medical care to Veterans of the Armed Forces since 1899.

There is a reason why over 98% of our patients would recommend King Edward VII’s Hospital to family and friends.
Book your consultation today: Call 020 7467 4344