Living with Prostate Cancer

Living with Prostate Cancer
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Living with Prostate Cancer - Diagnosis
In this 'Speaking from Experience' video clip, 5 patients and 2 caregivers discuss the events leading up to their prostate cancer diagnoses and the first steps they took in dealing…
Living with Prostate Cancer - Recognition
In this 'Speaking from Experience' video clip, 5 patients and 2 caregivers share their reactions to the news of a colorectal cancer diagnosis and the steps they took to move…
Living with Prostate Cancer - Treatment
In this 'Speaking from Experience' video clip, 5 patients and 2 caregivers discuss the treatment options they were given by their doctors, which option they decided to pursue and why.Treatment…
Living with Prostate Cancer - Side Effects
In this 'Speaking from Experience' video clip, 5 patients and 2 caregivers discuss the side effects they experienced while going through treatment for prostate cancer and they ways they dealt…
Living with Prostate Cancer - Challenges
In this 'Speaking from Experience' video clip, 5 patients and 2 caregivers talk about the physical, emotional and financial challenges they experienced while fighting prostate cancer and the steps they…
Living with Prostate Cancer - Impact on Life
In this 'Speaking from Experience' video clip, 5 patients and 2 caregivers discuss the physical and emotional lifestyle changes they have made as a result of having gone through prostate…
Living with Prostate Cancer - Support
In this 'Speaking from Experience' video clip, 5 patients and 2 caregivers discuss the types of support they sought out and received from their family, friends and health professionals. Support…
Living with Prostate Cancer - Words of Wisdom
In this 'Speaking from Experience' video clip, 5 patients and 2 caregivers offer advice, encouragement and the wisdom of their experience to those who are just beginning their cancer journey.…

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