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This is for men who are thinking about having permanent seed brachytherapy to treat their prostate cancer. Partners and families of men with prostate cancer may also find it useful. It describes how prostate cancer is treated using radioactive seeds implanted in the prostate.
This fact sheet is for men who would like to find out more about prostate cancer that is no longer responding so well to their first hormone therapy. It describes treatments that may help and lists other sources of support.
Read more about how prostate cancer and its treatment can affect your sex life. This booklet comes with a DVD featuring six men talking about how they are dealing with changes to their sex life during and after treatment for prostate cancer.
This fact sheet is for men who want to know more about urinary problems after treatment for prostate cancer. It explains how different treatments for prostate cancer may cause problems urinating (peeing) and leaking urine. It also describes ways to manage these problems.
This booklet is for men who are having hormone therapy for prostate cancer, their partners and families. It describes the different types of hormone therapy, how they work and what the treatment involves. It includes information on the possible side effects men may experience and suggests ways to help manage these.
This leaflet is for men who want to eat more healthily and possibly lower their risk of getting prostate cancer. It provides tips on healthy eating and physical activity.
Are you close to a man with prostate cancer? Our guide for partners and family looks at how you can support a man with prostate cancer, where to get further information and how to look after yourself.
In this booklet, we describe the care and support you can expect after your treatment.
This booklet is for you if your prostate cancer has come back after treatment that aimed to get rid of it. This is called recurrent prostate cancer.
This booklet is for men who have prostate cancer that has spread to other parts of the body (advanced prostate cancer) and who have symptoms such as fatigue or bone pain. We describe the symptoms you might get and the treatments available to help manage them.