Our experts have answered the questions they are most often asked about prostate cancer symptoms, diagnosis, prevention, screening, nutrition and treatment.
GENTleMEN study aims to help men with advanced prostate cancer access genetic testing and counseling.
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We are conducting a survey that will enable us to improve prostate cancer screening, prevention and care. Your participation is important.
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Our online community is for men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer and their families and friends.
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Help us improve prostate cancer screening, prevention and care by taking our survey today.
Working to better understand the experiences of men throughout the Northwest who are diagnosed with prostate cancer and provide information enabling people to make the best decisions possible.
Our registry will capture information from men diagnosed with prostate cancer that will expand our knowledge about risk prediction, diagnostic trends, treatment patterns, outcomes and quality of life.
In 2015 it is expected that one in six men in the U.S. will get prostate cancer and nearly 6,000 men in Washington state. Read the most current prostate cancer statistics and find links to current clinical trials.