Prostate cancer is the single most common cancer affecting men in Canada and worldwide, but the good news is that there has never been a better time in history to be treated for prostate cancer. With new management tools and effective treatment options, men can still live long and fulfilling lives with prostate cancer — and this Movember, we’re celebrating that fact.
Dax Shepard claims that men will do anything… except get screened for prostate cancer. Read about his advocacy work with the Prostate Cancer Foundation.
Steve Turner was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2011. Luckily, with modern, established treatments, he still lives a happy, healthy, cancer-free life.
As our under understanding of prostate cancer has grown over the years, patients have reason to hope with improved life expectancies and qualities of life.
When public conversation focuses too heavily on ‘beating prostate cancer,’ discussing what comes after can fall by the wayside. That needs to change.