Yesterday I watched a replay of a very recent live webinar hosted by the excellent UsToo prostate cancer support group chapter in Greenville, SC. The speaker’s main objective was to describe a relatively new product known as SpaceOAR, an innovation now used in prostate cancer radiation therapy—both photon and proton. He prudently disclosed his non-monetary relationship with Augmenix, SpaceOAR’s parent company, and did a very good job describing their product. The presenter was Daniel Fried, a radiation oncologist specializing in prostate cancer radiation, among other things. He is expertly knowledgeable about SpaceOAR, and his presentation was very useful and much appreciated. I watched the replay with great interest, and learned a few things about SpaceOAR I did not already know. If you’re curious and have an hour, it’s worth watching. Of course, as a blogger I watched with a critical eye and noticed a …
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