The stage of prostate cancer tells you where the cancer is in the prostate and how far it’s spread. Doctors use either the number staging system or the TNM to stage prostate cancer.
The type of prostate cancer you have tells you which type of cell the cancer started in and where it began. And the grade means how abnormal the cells look under a microscope. Doctors use the Gleason system to grade prostate cancer.
Find out about tumour, node and metastasis (TNM) staging and treatment.
Find out about the number staging system for prostate cancer and treatment.
The type of prostate cancer you have tells you the type of cell that the cancer started in. Knowing this helps your doctor decide which treatment you need.
Find out about localised prostate cancer and how it might affect you.
Find out about locally advanced prostate cancer and how it might affect you.
Advanced prostate cancer means that a cancer that began in the prostate has spread to another part of the body.