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PATIENTS WITH PROSTATE CANCER will need information on how to manage their diagnosis, as well as support from counselors and those who have also experienced this disease. Share these online resources with patients looking for fact sheets, healthy-living tools, local support groups, and more.


American Cancer Society


Visitors to the American Cancer Society website can find information on the Road to Recovery program, which offers patients transportation to and from treatment. Patients, family, and friends can also learn how to get involved with one of the Society's many fundraiser events.




CancerCare provides free professional support and offers financial assistance through its Financial Assistance Program and Co-Payment Assistance Foundation. Oncology social workers are available for free counseling services over the phone, online, or in person. Visitors to this site can also find support group information and educational workshops.


National Cancer Institute


Patients interested in learning more about prostate cancer and potential treatments can visit the National Cancer Institute's website to access printable fact sheets. Visitors will also find information on prostate cancer causes and prevention, screening, and the latest research.


Prostate Cancer Foundation


The Prostate Cancer Foundation can help patients locate an appropriate healthcare provider or treatment center near them. It also provides information to help patients and their families better understand their diagnosis, including risk factors, signs and symptoms, treatment, and screening facts.




This nonprofit organization offers those affected by prostate cancer peer support, educational materials, news, and more. Patients can call the Us TOO Cancer HelpLine to speak with a volunteer who has experienced similar treatments and adverse reactions. Local support groups and online communities are identified as well.