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  1. The Pilot study of Patients with Oligometastases from Prostate cancer treated with STereotactic Ablative body Radiosurgery (POPSTAR) trial is no longer recruiting. I was at Peter Mac for one of my regular follow-up visits (21 months after stereotactic radiation). No results have been published for this study but apparently some trends are developing. Talking to my radiology oncologist I got the impression that, although the stereotactic radiation had successfully sterilised the metastases being treated, many of the patients (including me) had further metastases develop. There were
  2. An interesting interview with Professor Steven Joniau during the European Urology Association 2015 Annual Conference earlier this year about Oligometastatic Prostate Cancer. What is the definition of Oligo-metastatic Prostate Cancer? What are the new imaging modalities and how are they going to change the landscape? How does this change the landscape? Is it ready for clinical implementation? Closing remarks and take home message Click on this link to view the video.
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