The Evolving Landscape of Advanced Prostate Cancer Treatment: A Guidelines and Case-Based Discussion Webcast (2022)
As a direct result of the significant increase in multiple FDA-approved therapeutic agents for use in patients with advanced prostate cancer, clinicians are challenged with a multitude of treatment options and potential sequencing of these agents that, consequently, make clinical decision-making more complex. This activity will build upon the updated 2020 AUA Guidelines on Metastatic Hormone Sensitive Prostate Cancer (HSPC) and Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer (CRPC). Topics will include the latest on Genetic Testing in Advanced Prostate Cancer and the Role of Immunotherapy and PARP Inhibitors.
Needs assessment findings show strong support for continued development of courses and educational materials specifically targeted at residents and fellows that cover the medical management of advanced prostate cancer. This activity may also be of interest to urologists and other health care providers who care for patients with prostate cancer.
The webcast will cover the following topics*:
- Identification of High Risk Disease and Initial Management of Biochemical Recurrence
- Imaging of Advanced Prostate Cancer
- M0 CRPC: Treatment Options and Goals of Therapy
- Manipulating the Androgen Axis: New Agents in mHSPC and CRPC
- Genetic Testing in Advanced Prostate Cancer
- Bone Health and Radionuclide Therapy
- Role of Immunotherapy and PARP Inhibitors
- Role of Chemotherapy, Treatment Sequencing in mCRPC and Future Directions
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This educational activity is supported by independent educational grants from:
- Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals Inc.
- Exact Sciences Corporation
- Janssen Biotech, Inc., administered by Janssen Scientific Affairs, LLC
- Lantheus Medical Imaging
- Pfizer, Inc.
- Sanofi Genzyme
- Advanced Practice Provider (Nurse Practitioners & Physician Assistants)
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
PRACTICE GAP #1 (DISEASE STATE)
- Describe the natural course of advanced prostate cancer from non-metastatic (M0) to metastatic hormone-sensitive disease (mHSPC), with progression to the development of castration-resistant disease (CRPC).
- Describe the treatment options and outcomes for patients with biochemical recurrence after failed local therapy.
- Identify available imaging and indications for use including next generation PET imaging in the assessment of men with biochemical recurrence after failed local therapy.
- Describe the treatment options and outcomes for newly diagnosed mHSPC.
- Explain the implications of CRPC on the management of both M0 and M1.
- Discuss the molecular mechanisms and characterization of CRPC.
- Discuss the incorporation of genetic testing (both germline and somatic testing) into the management of men with high risk, metastatic prostate cancer and CRPC.
PRACTICE GAP #2 (GUIDELINES)
- Discuss specific recommendations within the AUA Clinical Practice Guidelines.
- Define M0 CRPC and the treatment options.
- Discuss clinically meaningful endpoints in clinical trials of patients with M0 CRPC.
- Describe gaps in the knowledge for treatment and sequencing of agents in the management of CRPC.
- Discuss challenges in incorporating AUA Guidelines and management of advanced mHSPC and CRPC into community practice.
PRACTICE GAP #3 (ANDROGEN AXIS)
- Identify approved androgen biosynthesis and receptor blockers for treatment of CRPC.
- Appraise the clinical use and efficacy of approved androgen-axis therapeutics for CRPC.
- Anticipate, manage and treat adverse events from therapeutic interventions directed at the androgen-axis used in the treatment of CRPC.
- Discuss new uses for androgen axis agents in M0 CRPC.
PRACTICE GAP #4 (CHEMOTHERAPY, IMMUNOTHERAPY, PARP INHIBITORS AND CO-MORBIDITY)
- Identify approved chemotherapeutics, immunotherapy and PARP Inhibitors for mCRPC.
- Describe indications and contraindications for chemotherapy, immunotherapy and PARP Inhibitors in patients with mCRPC.
- Identify co-morbid states and recognize their impact on treatment options for mCRPC.
- Identify germline and somatic mutations and implications for treatment in mCRPC including indications for PAPR Inhibitors and pembrolizumab.
- Discuss treatment sequencing in the advanced, metastatic and CRPC disease state.
PRACTICE GAP #5 (BONE HEALTH AND RADIONUCLIDE THERAPY)
- Integrate advances in bone health management into patient-specific care plans.
- Identify patients and prescribe radionuclide therapy in appropriate patients with symptomatic mCRPC.
- Discuss known adverse events associated with androgen biosynthesis inhibitors and radionuclide therapy.
PRACTICE GAP #6 (PAIN MANAGEMENT AND PALLIATIVE CARE)
- Assess and manage pain in patients with symptomatic mHSPC and mCRPC.
- Discuss the role of chemotherapy, performance status and pain management in patients with mCRPC.
- Review the role of palliative care and supportive services in the management of late stage CRPC.
The Evolving Landscape of Advanced Prostate Cancer Treatment:
A Guidelines and Case-Based Discussion
|Presented live on Monday, September 19 - Tuesday, September 20, 2022|
|Identification of High-Risk Disease and Initial Management of Biochemical Recurrence|
Stephen A. Boorjian, MD
|Imaging of Advanced Prostate Cancer and Impact on Cancer Management|
Kelly L. Stratton, MD
|M0 CRPC: Treatment Options and Goals of Therapy|
Michael S. Cookson, MD, MMHC
|Manipulating the Androgen Axis: New Agents in mHSPC and CRPC|
David F. Jarrard, MD
|Genetic Testing in Advanced Prostate Cancer|
Leonard Gomella, MD, FACS
|mHSPC: Maximal Androgen Targeted vs Chemohormonal Therapy for mHSPC and Management of Oligometastatic Disease|
David F. Jarrard, MD & Joshua M. Lang, MD
|Bone Health and Radionuclide Therapy|
Stephen A. Boorjian, MD
|Role of Immunotherapy and PARP Inhibitors|
Alicia Morgans, MD, MPH
|Role of Chemotherapy, Treatment Sequencing in mCRPC and Future Directions|
Joshua M. Lang, MD
METHOD OF PARTICIPATION:
Learners will participate in this online educational activity by taking the pretest, viewing the webcast and completing the posttest and evaluation. To claim CME credit for this enduring material, learners must complete the posttest, passing with 80% accuracy and submit the program evaluation.
Estimated time to complete this activity: 3.25 hours
Release Date: September, 2022
Expiration Date: September, 2022
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- 3.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
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