Getting Ready for Chemotherapy and Bladder Cancer Surgery: Prehab and Nutrition with Dr. Sarah Psutka

Advocacy Groups | <b>Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network</b>

Dr. Psutka is a urologic oncologist who will discuss what the diagnosis of bladder cancer feels like and offer a step-by-step guide on how patients can take control of some of their treatments.

Episode 14 is a reprise of a very popular webinar BCAN did in 2019 about how bladder cancer patients can prepare themselves for chemotherapy and surgery. Its guest is Dr. Sarah Psutka of the University of Washington. Dr. Psutka is a urologic oncologist specializing in bladder, renal, testicular and prostate cancer at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and also Assistant Professor of Urology at the University of Washington School of Medicine.

In this podcast, you’ll hear Dr. Psutka discuss what the diagnosis of bladder cancer feels like and then she will offer a step-by-step guide about how patients can take control of some of their bladder cancer treatments.

If you’d like to learn more about how diet, nutrition and exercise can help bladder cancer patients before, during and after chemotherapy and surgery, tune into Episode 9, Why Nutrition is So Important for Bladder Cancer Patients with Dr. Jill Hamilton-Reeves, Parts 1, 2, and 3.

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