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Prostate cancer support group

It’s vital every single person affected by prostate cancer gets the support they need, where they need it. Support groups can be a fantastic source of information and informal support for men and their families.

Two men sat in a support group, chatting.

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Our Prostate Cancer Support Group provides a safe space for people living with or beyond prostate cancer to speak to others in similar situations, ask questions of a healthcare professional, or simply spend time together.

Our Prostate Cancer Support Group provides peer support, taking place every 6 weeks at our Cancer Support Centre. It is an opportunity for those who have a Prostate Cancer Diagnosis to share their experiences and support each other through life before, during and after treatment.

It is run with the help of the Clinical Urology Teams based at Weston Park Hospital and the Royal Hallamshire Hospital.

“It’s now about six years since I was diagnosed with prostate cancer, five years since treatment finished, nearly a year since I was discharged from the hospital back to my GP but it is still Weston Park Cancer Support that I turn to when I want quick, informal advice on any cancer related problem. And, of course, the coffee pot is always on!”