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Role of the family and caregivers

Role of the family and caregivers

How to diagnose prostate cancer?

How to diagnose prostate cancer?

About disease
Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers in men. Almost all prostate cancers are adenocarcinomas (i.e. cancers that begin in cells that make and release mucus and other fluids). Often, early prostate cancer has no symptoms at all. Advanced prostate cancer can cause men to urinate more often or have a weaker flow of urine, but these symptoms can also be caused by benign prostate conditions.
Prostate cancer usually grows very slowly. Most men with prostate cancer are older than 65 years and do not die from the disease. Finding and treating prostate cancer before symptoms occur may not improve health or help you live longer. Talk to your doctor about your risk of prostate cancer and whether you need a screening test.
Treatment
Men with prostate cancer have many treatment options. You may receive more than one type of treatment. Treatment can vary - what is considered the best for one man may not necessarily be the best for another man. The treatment that’s right for you depends mainly on:
  • Your age
  • Gleason score (grade) of the tumor
  • Stage of prostate cancer
  • Your symptoms
  • Your general health
At any stage of disease, care is available to control pain and other symptoms, to relieve the side effects of treatment and to ease emotional concerns.
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Patient stories

Paul's story "Diagnosis: prostate cancer"

"Diagnosis: prostate cancer"

YOU DON'T TELL YOUR PALS ABOUT IT (STANISŁAW, AGED 64)

YOU DON'T TELL YOUR PALS ABOUT IT (STANISŁAW, AGED 64)

"I have just divorced, and you don't tell your pals about it. I believe a man would rather confide to a woman than to any of his pals. STANISŁAW, DIAGNOSED WITH PROSTATE CANCER

THE MOST IMPORTANT THING FOR ME WAS TO START THERAPY. I WANTED AND STILL WANT TO LIVE! (RYSZARD, AGED 68)

THE MOST IMPORTANT THING FOR ME WAS TO START THERAPY. I WANTED AND STILL WANT TO LIVE! (RYSZARD, AGED 68)

„I am a different man. I am more aware about the vulnerability of everything that surrounds us, and I take more care about myself and my beloved ones. I also enjoy my life more. I was once very thrifty, and now I and my wife spend our savings on pleasures. And I feel great about it!” RYSZARD, SUFFERS FROM PROSTATE CANCER

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