Concerned about a a diagnosis of prostate cancer? Listen to three men describe how they came to be diagnosed with prostate cancer.
With so many ways to treat prostate cancer, your consultant may give you a choice. Listen to how other patients chose their treatments here.
Have you had your prostate checked? Find out from prostate cancer sufferers the importance of prostate cancer screening here.
Just because you have no symptoms of prostate cancer, it does not mean you don’t have it. Find out why requesting a prostate cancer test can save your life.
Are you eating a cancer-free diet? Find out the foods to avoid and what you should be eating more of here
How much do you know about prostate cancer? Find out why prostate cancer awareness is so important here.
Have you contacted your local prostate cancer support group yet? Getting in touch can help! Find out how here.
Find out what prostate cancer support organisation, PCaSO, can do to help patients and their families with prostate cancer.
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Catching prostate cancer early not only saves lives, it gives patients more treatment options. Find out more here.
Concerned about the side effects of prostate cancer treatments? Find out how other prostate cancer sufferers coped here.
PCaSO, or started in 1999 to help patients and their families with a diagnosis of prostate cancer. It is one of the largest prostate cancer support groups in the UK covering Hampshire, Dorset, West and East Sussex.
PCaSO is run entirely by volunteers and aims to offer support and information on prostate cancer. PCaSO has newsletters, prostate cancer literature and holds regular meetings for prostate cancer sufferers and their families.
For men diagnosed with prostate cancer, PCaSO has a comprehensive A-Z guide detailing the facts about prostate cancer, what it is and the treatments currently on offer. Information on alternative therapies and diet is also available.
PCaSO also raises money, not only to support their organisation, but to offer assistance to people who are having financial hardship because of their prostate cancer, as well as donating machines to hospitals to help with diagnosis or treatment.
For more information visit the Prostate Cancer Support Organisation at www.pcaso.org
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