You may wish to share your diagnosis with others, not only those who mean something to you, but also those who previously might not have been connected to you in your daily life.
How you communicate to others sets the tone for their responses. Letting them know about your medical situation and sharing your fears and concerns allow people to reach out and help you. You may be surprised at their sincere ability to give you their support.
If you have been diagnosed with prostate cancer; or if you are a prostate cancer survivor; or a relative of one; or if you deeply care about someone with prostate cancer, we invite you to join our group, the Prostate Cancer Canada Network, Edmonton.
Although women are always welcome at our main meetings, there is now a separate meeting just for them. For more information and dates click on: Women's Peer Group
You may not want to ask questions at a group meeting. You may want to speak with someone having the same issues. You may want to talk with someone who has gone through the same treatment you are considering. Or after treatment, you may be dealing with complications.
We have members who are willing to meet with you and offer their help. Contact us by phone or email, we will try to arrange something.