Get Connected With Organisations and Resources Designed to Help You
In order to have the right treatment and support for your stage of prostate cancer, it’s important that you tell your healthcare team about any changes you notice and symptoms that you develop, as you experience them. It’s also important to keep on talking to your family and friends so that they can support you through the process.
Manversation ‘how to...guides’
To help you to have these conversations and get the most from them, take a look at our Manversation ‘How to…’ guide.
Written by relationship expert, Sam Owen. This guide offers support and advice for you following your partners’ diagnosis.
Help for your family and friends to have those difficult but necessary conversations throughout the course of your illness.
Our advice for healthcare professionals
Orchid is the UK’s leading registered charity focused exclusively on male-specific cancers. Formed in 1996 by a testicular cancer patient, Orchid exists to save men’s lives from testicular, prostate, and penile cancers through pioneering research, the provision of specialist information and support, campaigns and raising awareness.
Tackle is the umbrella organisation for the National Federation of Prostate Cancer Support Groups with over 80 groups throughout the country. Tackle is run by patients for patients and acts as the voice of those affected by the disease. It assists and strengthens the activities of support groups in aid of men and their families affected by prostate cancer and campaigns to promote early detection and better treatment options. Tackle seeks to ensure that men with prostate cancer always get the best treatment whatever the stage of their disease and strives to remove injustices in treatment pathways offered to prostate cancer patients.