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Updates in prostate cancer: What a pharmacist needs to know
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Updates in prostate cancer: What a pharmacist needs to know

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CPE

Lisa Cordes, PharmD, BCACP, BCOP

Pharmacist pointing to a 3D diagram of male prostate, urinary and sexual organs.

In 2020, approximately 3.3 million men were living with prostate cancer in the United States.1 Screening recommendations, risk classification, and treatment approaches are constantly evolving, and more than ever before guidelines emphasize shared decision-making and quality of life. It is therefore imperative that pharmacists have the knowledge and tools to help patients navigate screening and treatment choices. Pharmacists are perfectly positioned to discuss the benefits and risks of prevention strategies, review screening recommendations, and present treatment approaches including active surveillance and pharmacologic options.

CPE assessment

This assessment must be taken online; please see “CPE information” in the sidebar on the previous page for further instructions. The online system will present these questions in random order to help reinforce the learning opportunity. There is only one correct answer to each question.

CPE information

To obtain 1 hour of CPE credit for this activity, complete the CPE exam and submit it online at www.pharmacist.com/education. A Statement of Credit will be awarded for a passing grade of 70% or better. You have two opportunities to successfully complete the CPE exam. Pharmacists and technicians who successfully complete this activity before June 1, 2026, can receive credit. Your Statement of Credit will be available online immediately upon successful completion of the CPE exam.

This policy is intended to maintain the integrity of the CPE activity. Learners who successfully complete this activity by the expiration date can receive CPE credit. Please visit CPE Monitor for your statement of credit/transcript.

To claim credit

1. Go to http://apha.us/CPE.

2. Log in to your APhA account, or register as a new user.

3. Select “Enroll Now” or “Add to Cart” (click “View Cart” and “Check Out”).

4. Complete the assessment and evaluation.

5. Click “Claim Credit.” You will need to provide your NABP e-profile ID number to obtain and print your statement of credit.

Assistance is available Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm ET at APhA InfoCenter by calling 800-237-APhA (2742) or by e-mailing infocenter@aphanet.org.

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