I believe that in almost every case websites need to take steps to reduce what are sometimes (naturally enough) unnecessary apprehensions of visitors to the sites who may be a bit stressed out after a recent diagnosis.A few of the prostate websites I have visited have not done this - I think this is a lack of experience in a newly developing area of the internet.So presenting the full story on a website can be a lengthy business, and finding out all the information you need can also be a challenging task.

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But I can point you to some good sites, and you can explore others from there.

For those living in Australia there is information about Australian websites here.

While most of these forums only get intermittent posts at present, it’s a great resource and I hope in time it becomes a lot more popular. The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) is “an alliance of 20 of the world's leading cancer centers, ...

When I last visited this bulletin board on 26th November 2009 there was a note saying "Due to security reasons, the bulletin board has been disabled. an authoritative source of information to help patients and health professionals make informed decisions about cancer care.

Please note that I have stopped adding new entries to this website as of 2011 due to my ageing eyes and the need to do some other things in life while time permits.

I've kept the site online, as based on past experience, a plethora of the web sites I've listed here will continue to be good sources of info and support for years to come, as their creators or owners continue to improve them.They run a forum called "Prostate Cancer" - look for a link to "Discussion Boards" on their Cancer Survivors Network index page who's address as at 12th June 2011 is If your partner or a man in your life has been diagnosed with prostate cancer - or his cancer has recurred - then you will find this website a valuable resource for both you and your loved one.They have many other resources too for those involved with cancer so it's well worth exploring their site for additional information and support that may be relevant to your situation. His Prostate is created and edited by Dana Kababik. a professional writer who has more than 16 years of experience researching and writing web sites, educational brochures, videos, resource guides, newsletters, and magazines on numerous health conditionsincluding prostate cancer".She's drawn on her very extensive professional media experience to create a friendly and easy to understand guide for partners and families of men who've been diagnosed with prostate cancer.Sections include Helpful Tips, Treatment Options, Your Sex Life, Managing Stress, Communication, and Prostate Cancer Books. National Library of Medicine and the National Institute of Health and it’s a big well-organised and easily searchable site. a not-for-profit organization providing information, counseling and educational meetings to assist men with prostate disease (and their spouses / partners) in making decisions about their treatment with confidence and support." "Us TOO was started by prostate cancer survivors in 1990 and continues to be governed by prostate cancer survivors for prostate cancer patients and survivors (and their spouses / partners and family)." "Us TOO chapter meetings are free and open to newly diagnosed patients, patients currently in their treatment regimen, survivors, family members, friends and healthcare professionals “Us TOO has over 330 Support Group Chapters Worldwide.” You can find information on their website about prostate cancer, treatments, clinical trials, prostate news, locations and contact details of their support groups, etc.If you are feeling a bit apprehensive at the moment, and you decide to check out some of the many sites on prostate cancer, here’s some reassuring info to take with you on your journey - I found it on the USA's National Cancer Institute website I mention below. By age 50, about one-third of American men have microscopic signs of prostate cancer.