Treatment

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Treatment and Decision Support

An online support tool for patients newly diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer in making a treatment decision. It includes answers to common questions from men recently diagnosed with prostate cancer and a step-by-step guide to choosing a treatment that best suits them.

​This program was part of TrueNTH Canada, awarded by Prostate Cancer Canada and proudly funded by the Movember Foundation.

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For more information about prostate cancer treatment view, download, or order our resource 'Basics of Treatment for Prostate Cancer.'

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