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Treatment depends on a number of things, as there are a number of different forms of prostate cancer.
Prostate cancer cannot be detected for certain by your GP, but there are tests your GP can carry out.
It may not cause any symptoms initially, but when it is diagnosed, it's usually at an advanced stage.
At the red sock campaign I have been looking for a peer reviewed study that would: 1/ SAVE LIVES 2/ SIMPLIFY the guidelines that cause so much confusion to GPs in primary. 3/ Be relatively JARGON FREE so that ALL men can understand the reasoning. 4/ REDUCE over treatment. 5/ REDUCE under treatment 6/ Show a COSTRead More
PRESS RELEASE. The red sock campaign Patients, charities, clinical experts, and Industry came together to develop first ever quality standard for prostate cancer led by patients’ views April 13, 2015 Tackle (The Prostate Cancer Support Federation), Prostate Cancer UK, Macmillan Cancer Support, patient representatives, urologists, oncologists, clinical nurse specialists, cancer commissioners, and Ipsen LimitedRead More
Julia Horton-Powdrill’s husband died of prostate cancer in 2014. She has now written her first novel ‘Single or Double’ its a light hearted romance. In remembrance of her husbands unsuccessful battle with prostate cancer she has decided to use the sales of her book to raise money for Prostate Cancer research. ‘Single or Double’ is availableRead More
Jim Marshall of Melbourne, Australia talks in this video about the value of giving men the abiraterone (zytiga) treatment (4 pills at the same time every day) before a man has chemotherapy.Read More
Here is a link to what Dr ‘Snuffy’ Myers has to say about the value of Enzalutamide in putting prostate cancer into remission. http://askdrmyers.wordpress.com/2014/08/21/xtandi-pca-remissions/Read More
Dear Keith, This Father’s Day why not do something different and join Olympian, Colin Jackson in a 5k fun run for Prostate Cancer UK? Sign up now for Sanlam’s Go Dad Run. After a successful launch last year, Sanlam’s Go Dad Run is back and set to be bigger and better than ever. It’s aRead More
I have advanced prostate cancer, it is in my bones. It is going to kill me. There is nothing i can do about it. I live a wonderful life. I owe this wonderful life to a total stranger Keith Cass & The Red Sock Campaign, for his belief in what he does.
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