Advanced prostate cancer is cancer that has spread from the prostate to other parts of the body. It’s also called metastatic prostate cancer. Prostate cancer can spread to any part of the body, but it most commonly spreads to the bones and lymph nodes.
Advanced prostate cancer can cause symptoms such as bone pain and problems urinating. There are treatments available to help manage these symptoms.
It’s not possible to cure advanced prostate cancer, but treatments can keep it under control, often for several years.
Advanced prostate cancer: managing symptoms
Advanced prostate cancer can cause symptoms such as bone pain and problems urinating. There are treatments available to help manage these symptoms.Learn more
Living with advanced prostate cancer
Living with advanced prostate cancer can be hard to deal with emotionally as well as physically and may affect your life, work and relationships but there are ways to deal with these changes.Learn more
Metastatic spinal cord compression (MSCC)
Information about symptoms and signs of Metastatic spinal cord compression (MSCC), and possible treatment options.Learn more
Managing pain in advanced prostate cancer
This page is for men with advanced prostate cancer who are having problems with pain. We explain what causes pain, what to do if you have pain, and ways to treat and control pain.Learn more
Dying from prostate cancer
Information about what to expect if you're approaching the end of your life, how to support someone dying from prostate cancer, and how to think and plan ahead. Includes personal stories from people affected by prostate cancer.Learn more