26 July 2016
By Dr Wendy Winnall - PCFA Research Team
After a diagnosis with prostate cancer, a man will receive a lot of help from his doctors and hospital staff. However, the need for help doesn't end at the doctor’s office. Prostate cancer treatments come with the risk of long term side effects. Some men experience ongoing depression, sexual issues such as erectile dysfunction, leaky bowels or urine incontinence. These would be pretty unusual topics of discussion at the pub or a BBQ. So how do men find help for these and other issues?
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