This site uses cookies Find out more Accept cookies

Prostate Cancer Support Group

 

 

Help is at Hand

Many people feel alone and at a loss when they have a diagnosis of cancer - and many men feel uneasy about getting involved in health services. Talking to others who have experienced these feelings can help those affected to cope with, live with and manage the effects of the illness.

Who Can Attend?

The High Peak Prostate Cancer Support Group is open to anyone affected by prostate cancer. This can be the person with the cancer, wives, partners, carers and friends. The group is run by members of the group, in partnership with the Macmillan Living Well Service Lead Practitioner and Living Well Service counselor.

What Happens at Meetings?

Group meetings provide an opportunity for those affected by prostate cancer to talk and share ideas about how to live as well as possible with prostate cancer. Guest speakers are invited to present and answer questions on issues related to prostate cancer eg. treatment decisions, managing side-effects, relationships.

To confirm meeting dates or speakers and for further information telephone:

  • Macmillan Information and Support Centre at Blythe House Hospice - 01298 875080

For general information about Prostate Cancer support go to www.prostatecancersupport.org (opens in a separate browser tab) or ring 0161 474 8222.