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Today is World Cancer Day, and we’re teaming up with Breast Cancer Now to celebrate those who give us emotional support during the hardest times.
Our active surveillance online virtual support group is a casual and convenient way to help men make sense of their situation, with the opportunity to help others and have plenty of laughs along the way.
Nurse Amelia Barber, from Guy’s Hospital in London wins the People’s Choice Award winner for her outstanding dedication to supporting men with prostate cancer.
The festive period takes it out of us all, but when you have cancer it can be even harder to bounce back. Around three quarters of men with prostate cancer will experience fatigue (extreme tiredness) at some point. Normal tiredness gets better once you’ve rested, but for some, fatigue can be a debilitating problem that has a dramatic impact on quality of life. However, you don’t have to simply accept this.