Prostate Cancer Canada is the only national foundation dedicated to the elimination of the disease through research, education support and awareness.
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer to affect Canadian men. PCC recommends that men get a PSA test in their 40's to establish their baseline.
Prostate Cancer Canada is pleased be contributing to innovative advancements in prostate cancer research.
Just found out you have prostate cancer? Looking for information? Wondering what programs and resources are available to you? Help is here.
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“Prostate cancer.” The doctor’s words stunned Todd McMillon. He pictured his kids, his wife, his loved ones … his death.
Toronto, ON – October 27, 2014 – Prostate Cancer Canada responds today to guidelines released from The Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care (CTFPHC) recommending that the Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) test should be eliminated as a screening tool for prostate cancer.
TORONTO, ON, October 24, 2014 – Following the death of two Canadian soldiers, Prostate Cancer Canada will donate half of the net proceeds raised by the Pants Off for Prostate Cancer Ottawa fundraising event, presented by Alterna Savings, to the Stand On Guard fund.
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