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If you are feeling a bit apprehensive at the moment, and you decide to check out some of the many sites on prostate cancer, here’s some reassuring info to take with you on your journey - I found it on the USA's National Cancer Institute website I mention below. By age 50, about one-third of American men have microscopic signs of prostate cancer.
By age 75, half to three-quarters of men will have some cancerous changes in their prostate glands.
I believe that in almost every case websites need to take steps to reduce what are sometimes (naturally enough) unnecessary apprehensions of visitors to the sites who may be a bit stressed out after a recent diagnosis.
A few of the prostate websites I have visited have not done this - I think this is a lack of experience in a newly developing area of the internet.
And prostate cancer can on occasion be a complex issue with various treatment options and pros and cons for each.Please note that I have stopped adding new entries to this website as of 2011 due to my ageing eyes and the need to do some other things in life while time permits.I've kept the site online, as based on past experience, a plethora of the web sites I've listed here will continue to be good sources of info and support for years to come, as their creators or owners continue to improve them.Here’s a description of one of them: “Patient to Physician (P2P) provides the opportunity to read focused discussion about clinical problems with prostate cancer.Patients post questions with accompanying medical history and specialists in the field of prostate cancer offer ideas to discuss with your physician.” The site Prostate Pointers also has about thirty well set out forums on different aspects of prostate cancer, the most popular being “General discussion about PCa”.
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We aim to provide ‘hope for tomorrow’ through the research that we fund - and ‘practical support for today’ through our information services.” The Prostate Cancer Charity runs several forums (message boards) on various aspects of prostate cancer. The section devoted to prostate cancer gives an easy to read and easy to understand description of what the prostate is, what prostate cancer is, how it is diagnosed, treatment options, descriptions of treatments, and more. A must to check out but it does have the feel of a war zone at times so come prepared. Many prostate cancer organisations have a presence on Facebook and there are groups and pages set up by organisations and individuals providing information and support.