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Learning You Have Prostate Cancer
Being told that you have got cancer can be a life changing event. Your emotions may vary from despair, fear, anger and denial. The first reaction is “Why me?” It may be difficult to focus on the many decisions you have to make about which treatment to undergo and when to begin that process. However, any reluctance in dealing with the disease should be banished: you need to remain positive. Most importantly, you have to ask your Consultant the relevant questions. Where possible, we suggest that you take your partner, a family member or a friend with you when you go for a consultation, as it will not be easy to remember everything that is said. Here is a list of useful questions to ask:
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Welcome to the Surrey Masonic Charity Team
We were delighted to welcome the Surrey Masonic Charity Team to the Stokes Centre for Urology at the Royal Surrey County Hospital last week. They wanted to find out more about the Prostate Project and our
Our Chairman, Alf Turner, received an award from the High Sheriff of Surrey. The award was in recognition of his services to the community, dedicated support of The Prostate Project, and its work in saving
Prostate Cancer Screening Programme – A must read for all men
Prostate cancer diagnosis and the treatment pathway is developing all the time, and globally, there has been a shift in how scientists and clinicians are viewing the PSA test for symptomless men. This Report from Prostate