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Prostate Cancer

Men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer need clear, useful information. The material on this website can help patients better understand prostate cancer and options for treatment.

Urologists, radiation oncologists, nurses and other health care professionals encourage you to become familiar with the information provided here. It is meant to supplement one-on-one counselling provided by health care specialists.

Prostate Assessment Pathway
Information about prostate cancer assessment and treatment in Saskatchewan.

Patient Booklet
The 12-page booklet Prostate Cancer: Diagnosis and Treatment Information for Patients provides an overview of what to expect and some options available.

Screening and Diagnosis
Information on testing and diagnosis.

Treatment Options
Treatment options to be discussed with your doctor.

Making a Decision About Treatment
Information to help you decide which treatment for prostate cancer is best for you.

After Treatment
Coping with side effects and advanced stage cancers.

Downloadable Prostate Cancer Handouts
Handouts developed by health professionals to help educate men and their families about Prostate Specific Antigen testing and treatment options.

Information for Health Care Providers

Improving access to reliable information

The government is committed to improving cancer care for Saskatchewan people. The Ministry of Health supports a provincial Prostate Cancer Education Network that is working to standardize information and make it easily accessible to patients.

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