An Advanced Prostate Cancer Diagnosis...Now What?

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Prostate Cancer Canada's advanced prostate cancer resource is now available.

What does a diagnosis of advanced prostate cancer mean? How can men and their loved ones cope with this diagnosis? This new resource, “An Advanced Prostate Cancer Diagnosis…Now What?” has been designed to provide men and their circle of care with answers to some of the questions they may have related to advanced prostate cancer, and to point readers in the right direction to find additional information and resources.

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