Prostate Cancer Support Association (Central England)

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"To be told your partner has prostate cancer is like an instant injection of fear, everything seems to freeze", she said.

Terry had an operation, and knows what a difficult time it was for his wife. Her love and determination helped him back to good health.

Like Pauline, you are going to need support, understanding, and gentle advice if you are faced with this devastating news. Everyone’s attention is focussed on the patient, but your feelings need to be considered too.

Women members of the Prostate Cancer Support Association (Central England) understand how lonely your partner can feel during the first few weeks after diagnosis. It can be very hard to talk about how you are feeling, even with your own family.

We have the experience and knowledge to help you cope. Talking to us will help you gain the inner strength and confidence to support your partner as he recovers his health.  

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