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Episode 1 – Why treat with Xofigo?

Listen to experts in the field as they discuss the benefits and challenges of treatment with radium-223 dichloride and why they consider it as an option for eligible mCRPC patients in their clinics.

 

Speakers:

  • Dr Omi Parikh - Consultant Clinical Oncologist
  • Ellie Cradock Molecular Radiotherapy Manager

 

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This promotional podcast series has been initiated and funded by Bayer and is for healthcare professionals only.

XOFIGO▼ (radium-223 dichloride) Prescribing Information can be found here.

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Speakers

Dr Omi Parikh

Dr Omi Parikh

 

Consultant Clinical Oncologist at the Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and is Chair of the Lancashire & South Cumbria Urology Network Site Specific Group.

 

Dr Parikh completed her undergraduate medical training at the University of Edinburgh and her general medical training in Edinburgh and London. Following this, she undertook her specialist registrar training in London and registered in 1999. Her interests are urological cancers. In the past 15 years, she has co-authored over 30 peer reviewed articles and has expertise in prostate cancer, renal cell carcinoma, and bladder cancer. Dr Parikh is an investigator in multiple prostate, bladder and renal cancer trials and is involved in phase 1, 2 and 3 trials.

Ellie Cradock

Ellie Cradock

 

Lead Molecular Radiotherapy Manager at the University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust.

 

Ellie trained as a Therapeutic Radiographer and has over 10 years’ experience working on linear accelerators, understanding the patient experience of a cancer diagnosis and how to provide holistic support through a treatment journey. Ellie has worked in Molecular Radiotherapy since 2015 and has had the privilege of setting up both Molecular Radiotherapy trials as well as new services in close collaboration with the many supporting departments that help make a complex service, such as this, work.

Optimising patient identification and referral

Episode 2 – Optimising patient identification and referral

The Practicalities of Treatment

Episode 3 – The Practicalities of Treatment

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