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International Volunteer Day 2019
2019-12-01 8:18:39 AM
On International Volunteer Day, we recognize the dedication of our 2,500 volunteers on the Prostate Cancer Canada team. Volunteers truly make a difference for families facing this disease!
Mobilizing an army of caregivers
2019-11-26 2:50:08 PM
Caregivers are often under-appreciated, but Roberta Casabon is determined to change that.
Precision medicine to extend lives of advanced prostate cancer patients
2019-11-11 3:53:30 PM
Ten months. That was the how long men with advanced prostate cancer could expect to survive 20 years ago when Dr. Kim Chi started his career.
A daughter on why all dads need the PSA test
2019-11-11 3:30:20 PM
Kate Black cherishes the memory of dancing with her dad at her wedding in December 2017 to The Barenaked Ladies’ “If I had a Million Dollars.”
I got to the point in two minutes and it saved my life
2019-10-07 12:49:45 PM
I can’t get over how many guys wimp out on getting a simple pin prick to check their PSA. Why? Why don’t they have the same courage women do? Why do so many men not even know what a PSA level is? (It stands for Prostate Specific Antigen). 
Coaching for early detection
2019-10-03 9:25:02 AM
Mike Keenan developed his hockey coaching skills through a 40 year hockey career that included leading the New York Rangers to a Stanley Cup victory in 1994.
1.5 million Canadian men over 50 at unnecessary risk for prostate cancer
2019-09-26 9:00:00 AM
Prostate Cancer Canada recently asked Canadians about their knowledge of prostate cancer. The results were staggering, suggesting 1.5 million Canadian men 50+ are not seeking early prostate cancer testing through the PSA blood test
Too old to be treated for prostate cancer?
2019-09-25 8:00:00 AM
The older a man with prostate cancer, and the less able he is to cope with treatment – the more likely his treatments will be scaled back, or not given.
More than testosterone
2019-09-23 8:00:00 AM
Today, approximately 63 Canadian men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. If detected in its early stages, nearly 100 per cent of them will survive
Using the body’s own cells to kill cancer
2019-09-21 8:02:25 AM
Immunotherapy showing promise for new treatment
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