American Association for Cancer Research

Support and Advocacy Groups: Prostate Cancer

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125 Second Ave., Room 13
New York, NY 10003

Malecare is an organization devoted to the health needs of men. The organization provides information on prostate cancer, testicular cancer and male breast cancer. Malecare also provides information on the sexual side effects of cancer treatment. It also hosts support groups throughout the nation. The organization facilitates cancer support groups for gay men and also reaches out to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people through its LGBT cancer project. Information on the Malecare website is available in a variety of languages, including Spanish, French, Italian and Russian.

The Prostate Net
P.O. Box 2192
Secaucus, NJ 07096-2192

The Prostate Net provides information and support to help patients decide which courses of action offer the best chance for cure and retention of quality of life. It aims to increase awareness of the risks of prostate cancer, simplify the treatment decision-making process through education, and provide access to the tools needed by patients' families and friends to support their decisions. 

Us TOO International
5003 Fairview Ave.
Downers Grove, IL 60515

Us TOO International is a nationwide prostate cancer education and support network that has more than 320 support groups across the country. Us TOO produces online resources; publishes informational newsletters; advocates for increased funding for prostate cancer detection, diagnosis, treatment and research; and provides resources and support for caregivers, family members and friends of prostate cancer survivors.

Virginia Prostate Cancer Coalition
10804 Anita Dr.
Mason Neck, VA 22079

The Virginia Prostate Cancer Coalition (VPCC) focuses on increasing awareness and screening of prostate cancer. The organization's website has information on prostate cancer screenings, local support groups and events.

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August 2, 2011