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Advances in prostate cancer imaging – A celebration of progress in Wales
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When: Monday, March 30, 2020
12:00 PM
Where: National Imaging Academy of Wales
Pencoed CF35 5HY
United Kingdom
Contact: Henry Lovett

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I am pleased to be providing you with the formal invitation to our event celebrating advances in prostate cancer imaging across Wales, which will be opened by Vaughan Gething AM, Minister for Health and Social Services.


Advances in prostate cancer imaging – A celebration of progress in Wales

Monday 30 March, 12-4pm

National Imaging Academy of Wales, Pencoed, CF35 5HY

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Co-chaired by Professor John Staffurth and Dr Kevin Bradley, speakers will include:

  • Professor Chris Marshall
  • Dr Balan Palaniappan
  • Dr Nina Tunariu


They will detail the progress in bringing multiparametric MRI and PSMA-PET scanning to clinical practice, and discuss how to increase patient access to these scans. There will also be a horizon scanning session, looking at how Wales retains its imaging leadership, and is at the forefront of driving forward the next generation of imaging technology and the treatments it will enable.


The meeting agenda is attached, as are directions to the Imaging Academy.


Please RSVP, confirming your attendance and whether you have any special dietary or access requirements. Don’t delay – places for the event are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please don’t hesitate to forward this invite to colleagues if you’re not able to join us. We’re keen to have your department represented.


I look forward to seeing you on the day.

View the agenda here

Find directions to the venue here


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