Whats on.


Whats on

The next meeting of the group will be on Tuesday the 9th of August at Slynedales, Sadly,Frank English is unable to make it this month,So the plan is for a...

Carnforth Health and Fun Day

Whats on

We had a good day at Carnforth,  Spread the word and met some lovely people.                    ...

Our group was formed by prostate cancer sufferers not medical professionals in response to the need for support by patients, wives, partners and friends.  That was in 2003 and we have given that support in many forms ever since.

We’re all very shocked when we get the initial diagnosis but meeting members of our group will help you to realise that we all have a positive outlook and lead a full life.  In addition, you will find in our group, members in various stages and varieties of treatment who are prepared to share their experiences.  Many joining us find it helpful to hear these experiences (in private if necessary) to ease their concerns about their own treatment plans.

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We hold regular meetings to keep members informed about prostate cancer, its treatment, research projects and related matters with speakers who are highly experienced and knowledgeable medical professionals.  We also have speakers on topics of general interest.  You will have the chance to speak to all of these presenters

Come along to our meetings to find out more for yourself and feel free to bring your wife, partner or friend.  You’re all welcome, but until you join us, read more of our website for a variety of useful information about us, prostate cancer and related matters as well as associated organisations.

What is a prostate

Video Clips from Prostate Cancer UK.

National Key Scheme

National Key Scheme

Incontinence is a  common side effect of many prostate cancer treatments.                 RadarKey

The National Key Scheme (NKS) offers disabled people and those affected with a    
heath condition,independent access to locked public toilets around the country.

Toilets fitted with National Key Scheme (NKS) locks can now be found in shopping centres,
pubs, cafés, department stores, bus and train stations and many other locations.

Radar only sells the NKS Key to people who require use of the toilet facilities due to their disability or health condition.  Visit their web shop for more information.



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