Advanced Prostate Cancer

Advanced prostate cancer is cancer that has spread from the prostate to other parts of the body, most commonly to the bones. It is also called metastatic cancer.
 
This section of our website contains information about advanced disease, living with advanced prostate cancer, palliative care and information for caregivers and loved ones. Browse the tabs on the left to find answers to your questions and to learn more about advanced prostate cancer.
 
Explore our collection of videos throughout this section of our site to hear from patients, doctors, caregivers and experts about advanced prostate cancer.

Diagnosis and Treatment

Dealing with your diagnosis

 
 


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PCC Spotlight
Rocco Rossi to wrap up successful 5-year tenure as Prostate Cancer Canada CEO

September 7, 2017 - TORONTO, ON - With mixed emotions, longstanding Prostate Cancer Canada (PCC) President and CEO, Rocco Rossi, formally announced today that his time leading the organization will officially come to a close as of December 31, 2017.
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Mutation in prostate tumours shown to change epigenetic identity, the make-up of DNA

(TORONTO, Canada - Aug 7, 2017) -- Prostate cancer researchers have mapped the impact of an acquired mutation that alters epigenetic identity, the make-up of DNA, in about 50% of patient tumour samples.
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Movember Foundation and Prostate Cancer Canada team up to turn research into results

July 26, 2017 - TORONTO, ON - Continuing their longstanding tradition of partnering to fund high quality Canadian prostate cancer research, Prostate Cancer Canada (PCC) and The Movember Foundation today announced two new projects with very real potential to make a tangible difference in the lives of men living with aggressive forms of prostate cancer.
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