Being diagnosed with cancer comes as a shock to every patient. What follows is often a deluge of confusing information, mixed views on the treatment options and general confusion and uncertaintiy for the patient and their family.
These resources offer a detailed guide to managing prostate cancer.
They have been written by a group of reputable researchers with direct input by men with a non-medical background so that it is easy to understand.
They include a mix of information, diagrams and guides about physical health and managing effects of depression, nutritional aspects and emotional welbeing.
- Localised Prostate Cancer - A Guide For Men And Their Families -1.85 MB
This book (132pp) may be helpful to any man affected by prostate cancer and his family. It is particularly designed for men who have localised prostate cancer (cancer which has not spread beyond the prostate gland).
- Advanced Prostate Cancer - A Guide For Men And Their Families -1.21 MB
This book (133pp) aims to explain the advanced stages of prostate cancer, its treatments and how men can manage their health and care while dealing with this condition.
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