Prostate cancer organisations
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Cancer Research UK
407 St John Street
Helpline: 0808 800 40 40
Admin phone number: 020 7242 0200
Cancer Research UK is the largest cancer research organisation in the world, outside the USA. We are the European leader in the development of new anti-cancer drugs. We fund research on all aspects of the disease from its causes, to treatment and prevention.
We are also committed to producing high quality information for people affected by cancer, health professionals and the general public. We do this through our website, which includes patient information and news and resources, and through our range of health awareness leaflets.
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Organisations that help people with prostate cancer and their relatives and friends.
Prostate Cancer UK
The Counting House
53 Tooley Street
Offers information and support to anyone with concerns about prostate cancer. Has a helpline and leaflets (send a large stamped addressed envelope please) and funds research into prostate cancer. Has a website with helpful information.
The National Federation of Prostate Cancer Support Groups
16 Kirby Street
Helpline: 0800 035 5302 (24hrs a day, 365 days a year)
The National Federation of Prostate Cancer Support Groups is an organisation of more than 80 UK patient led prostate cancer support groups. It acts as the voice of patients. It has a helpline and website and campaigns under the name Tackle Prostate Cancer. Set up by a group of men with prostate cancer in 1995, it used to be called the Prostate Cancer Support Association (PSA).
The Prostate Brachytherapy Advisory Group
Brachytherapy is a particular way of giving radiotherapy for prostate cancer. This website has a section for patients to tell you where brachytherapy units are in the UK. And there is information about getting funding for this treatment from your health authority.
Bladder and Bowel Foundation
SATRA Innovation Park
The Bladder and Bowel Foundation formed in 2008 from the former organisations Incontact and the Continence Foundation. It supports people living with bladder and bowel disorders and has a telephone helpline with help in 10 languages. The service is confidential. They can also give you information on stoma products. Has a 'Just can't wait' card to allow holders access to toilets in shops and pubs etc.
A patient led group which aims to promote understanding about pelvic radiation disease which is a late effect of radiotherapy treatment. They offer support to patients and campaign for more research and better treatment for this condition.
Medical Advisory Service
Patients Communication Campaign
PO Box 3087
The Medical Advisory Service offers information and advice on medical and health care matters.
Sexual Advice Association
Suite 301, Emblem House
London Bridge Hospital
27 Tooley Street
This organisation gives advice and produces leaflets on impotence and its treatment.
Macmillan Cancer Support
89 Albert Embankment
Macmillan Cancer Support improves the lives of people affected by cancer. They provide practical, medical and financial support and push for better cancer care. They provide booklets on cancer and treatments and run helplines providing cancer information and benefits advice.
The National Cancer Institute (USA)
The American National Cancer Institute's patient information site has a section on prostate cancer. The site is detailed and comprehensive but there are no images. There is information on prostate cancer screening, prevention and on treatment.
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