Prostate Cancer Association (PROSDER) is a medical specialty association that includes urology physicians working in prostate cancer and other urology diseases and specialist medical doctors working in other related fields.
This association is where we will work together in fields of expertise to provide a multidisciplinary approach to prostate cancer, which we encounter more and more frequently in our country and the world, especially in diagnosis and treatment with today’s possibilities. The Prostate Cancer Association aims to provide a multidisciplinary approach to the national prostate cancer and other prostate diseases and ensure that this approach is spread throughout the country to carry out all kinds of education and research activities on this subject. To provide the correct treatment of prostate cancer by following up-to-date information and making the best effort so that existing prostate cancer patients and other prostate patients can benefit from the latest medical innovations and applications.
To achieve these goals, our association will organize scientific congresses, seminars, panels, symposiums, meetings, and studies, participate in meetings held in the relevant field and make publications. It will strive to educate prostate cancer patients and their relatives, create guidance services and make recommendations. It will develop ethical standards for inpatient care services, diagnosis, and treatment and make the necessary effort to raise and standardize the education level in this field. While fulfilling these, it will cooperate closely with other National (such as the Turkish Cancer Society) and International associations, boards, institutions, and organizations, contribute to the strengthening of our associations, which is our main area of expertise, organize joint scientific and social meetings, and make necessary meetings at the highest level. Will support and carry out collaborative work.
Our association, which will have a solid multidisciplinary structure with the active participation of its members, will form task and working groups (on issues such as epidemiology, early diagnosis, staging, treatment, prevention, follow-up, ethics, and social relations) to strengthen scientific and social ties between its members and its patients.