NEXT Webinar – PARP-inhibitors in metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer
with Associate Professor Isabel Heidegger
Friday , 5th June 2020
APEX (Advances in Prostate Cancer Expert Exchange) is a scientific platform that shares the latest advances in prostate cancer treatment and management, and provides peer-to-peer online education for healthcare professionals.
Since 2016, APEX has been engaging globally recognized experts to share emerging scientific data and detail clinical practice updates. Through a series of webinars, webcasts, expert interviews, and debates with Q&A discussions, APEX aims to create an international network of experts involved in the treatment of men with prostate cancer.
The program of APEX activities is steering-committee led, ensuring that the information delivered is of utmost relevance to the developing treatment landscape in prostate cancer.
APEX is a Sandoz International GmbH educational website for healthcare professionals involved in the treatment of men with prostate cancer. The content of the webcasts and webinars have been developed by healthcare professionals for non-promotional scientific purposes only. The views presented are those of the presenter and not necessarily those of Sandoz International GmbH. These materials are not intended for UK-based healthcare professionals. Medical writing support is provided by Spirit Medical Communications Ltd funded by Sandoz International GmbH.
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