Men’s Health Track

26th November – 09:00 – 10:15 – Session I
Education Track

Lowering the Risk and Mortality Rate of the Most Frequent Cancer in Men

To be healthy is not just about the absence of disease; it is also dependent on being part of society, having an education, a job, a family and to be able to live a reasonably safe and secure life. Examination of these broader determinants of men’s health and wellbeing and an exploration of the way men live their lives creates a useful backdrop to understand the health challenges men are facing.

There has been a steady and continual change in the male population structure across Europe. It is also recognised that men are not a homogenous group, with marked differences existing as a result of their social position within society.

The session will put a spotlight on this issue to highlight the policy asks needed.


james D'Now

James N’Dow

Chairman, Guidelines Office Board, EAU


Patients Perspective

 Ken Mastris

Ken Mastris

Board Member, European Cancer Patient Coalition, UK

Industry Perspective

 Alex Asiimwe

Alex Asiimwe

Bayer, Lead for IMI Big Data for Better outcomes

Clinician Perspective

 Alberto Briganti

Alberto Briganti

Associate Professor of Urology; Deputy Director of Urological Research Institute, Scientific Institute San Raffaele