Webinar Series Episode 7

Special thanks to Progenics for making this webinar series possible through an educational grant.

The information presented on this webinar is for educational purposes only and should not substitute the advice of your doctor(s) and medical team because they have in depth knowledge of your medical history and current situation.

Q1 at 42:47: My doctor said they only remove about 20% of paragangliomas now and prefer to just watch them, can you give your thoughts on this?
Q2 at 44:10: Can you please discuss how UCLA and your center have modified your operations because of COVID-19?
Q3 at 47:13: My surgeon said it was unlikely that all of my tumor can be removed, but referred to debulking, can you please explain.
Q4 at 49:45: Are there any situations where biopsy of a tumor is ok?
Q5 at 51:10: I am eight months out from surgery and still have symptoms, when will they go away?
Q6 at 52:25: My son inherited SDHA from his father who had malignant corridor para which he inherited from his mother, will my son have it worse than his father?
Q7 at 53:15: I am taking octreotide shots once a month, I am awaiting PRRT therapy. What does octreotide do?
Q8 at 55:27: Any special approaches for anesthesia to preserve remaining nerve function for prior laryngeal nerve damage during intubation?
Q9 at 57:23: I have SDHB mutation and had a bladder para removed and now had a tiny left side pheo and what is the minimum size of a tumor for pheo?