Man at a support group

If you identify as a gay or bisexual man, or a man who has sex with other men,who has been diagnosed with prostate cancer and you are seeking to share experiences and ask questions of other men from the same communities then join our video chat group sessions. If you would like to join, please complete the form belowand we will send you a live link before each session. Sessions will run each month on:

  • 1st Sunday 5-6pm
  • 3rd Wednesday 7-8 pm

Join the chat

We’re excited to have Simon, who is living with prostate cancer, facilitating the sessions. He will help to make sure you get the most out of each chat and  that everyone is able to share their experiences, support each other and discuss treatment, relationships and living with a diagnosis of prostate cancer. Partners are welcome to join the session as well.

Your details
(The name you would like to be known as in the group, if different to the above)
e.g. treatments, side effects, effect of prostate cancer on relationships
Questions


It would be helpful for our group facilitator to know a little about the range of experience of people in the group. We would be grateful if you could tell us the following info.

Stay in touch


We'd love to tell you about breakthroughs in diagnosing, treating and preventing prostate cancer, and how you can get involved. Choose how you'd like to be contacted:



We may also contact you via post and you can change this at any time. You are in control of how we contact you, so if you would like to change how often we do or what we tell you about, just call our Supporter Care team on 0800 082 1616. We will use the information you provide to ensure we send communications that are of most interest to you. We will look after your details and we won't share your data with anyone else.

More information on this can be found in our Privacy Policy at prostatecanceruk.org/privacy

We would like to acknowledge the input of several groups and individuals in the research phase for this group: Metro Walnut, Out With Prostate Cancer and some of our Prostate Cancer UK peer support volunteers.