Arthur L. Burnett II, MD, MBA, FACS, presented “Ethnic Disparities in Sexual Dysfunction Outcomes After Prostate Cancer Treatment: Myth or Reality?” during the 30th Annual International Prostate Cancer Update on January 23rd, 2020 in Beaver Creek, Colorado.

How to cite: Burnett II, Arthur L. Ethnic Disparities in Sexual Dysfunction Outcomes After Prostate Cancer Treatment: Myth or Reality?” January 23rd, 2020. Accessed Mar 2024. https://grandroundsinurology.com/ethnic-disparities-in-sexual-dysfunction-outcomes-after-prostate-cancer-treatment-myth-or-reality​/

Ethnic Disparities in Sexual Dysfunction Outcomes After Prostate Cancer Treatment: Myth or Reality? – Summary:

Arthur L. Burnett II, MD, MBA, FACS, Professor of Urology and Director of the Basic Science Laboratory in Neuro-Urology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, discusses potential disparities that exist among different ethnic minorities that may impact treatment-related sexual dysfunction following treatment for prostate cancer. He goes on to discuss racial and ethnic disparities in the prostate cancer treatment landscape, review of prior studies that discuss the possible psychosocial and cultural determinants that impact these outcomes, as well as propose possible approaches to address the problem of sexual dysfunction after prostate cancer treatment amongst various ethnic minority groups.

About The 30th Annual International Prostate Cancer Update:

The International Prostate Cancer Update (IPCU), founded in 1990, is a multi-day CME conference focused on prostate cancer treatment updates with expert, international faculty. It is led by expert physicians and is designed for urologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, and other healthcare professionals involved in the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer. Dr. Burnett delivered this educational activity during the 30th iteration of the meeting in January 2020.

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