TrueNTH



What is TrueNTH? 

TrueNTH is a global plan to improve prostate cancer care. Clinicians, researchers, patients and organizations around the world are working together to identify, trial and implement new ways of significantly improving the lives of men - and their partners and family members - living with prostate cancer.

TrueNTH is about making positive changes for men with prostate cancer. It aims to address the needs of men along all points of their cancer journey, helping them to achieve a good quality of life and to feel knowledgeable and confident about managing their disease.


In Canada, the work was awarded by Prostate Cancer Canada and is proudly funded by the Movember Foundation.

See which organizations across Canada are involved in TrueNTH:


TrueNTH studies now recruiting participants

TrueNTH Canada is currently offering the following support opportunities to individuals affected by prostate cancer.

Peer Navigation: Prostate cancer patients and their caregivers in BC and ON have a unique opportunity these next few months to gain the support from someone who's been in their shoes and is ready to help. To be matched with a Peer Navigator, learn more at peernavigation.truenth.ca

Sexual Health and Rehabilitation eClinic (SHAReClinic): A free, online healthcare clinic focused on helping you and your partner cope with sexual side-effects of prostate cancer. Learn how to access to health coach who can answer your questions about what to expect and what options of care are available at sharec.truenth.ca

Tailored, wEb-based, self-Management PrOgram (TEMPO): Many websites offer you medical information about prostate cancer, but TEMPO is designed to help prostate cancer patients and their family caregivers work together to cope with the physical and emotional challenges related to living with or supporting someone with prostate cancer. Learn more at tempo.truenth.ca
 





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