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You Are Not Alone. Prostate cancer is the most common malignancy diagnosed in Canadian men (other than skin cancer) In 2020 it was estimated there would be 23,300 new cases, 4,200 deaths The positive news is that if treated in a timely manner there is a 93% 5 year survival rate. . Early detection and treatment is key to improving survival. Read more

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We Could All Use A Little Support Whether you or someone you know has prostate cancer, meeting, talking to, and sharing with others in the same situation can help. Each day the fight to beat cancer continues and together by sharing, collaborating and supporting, we can all help each other to face it head on and stand together. Find out how you can get involved. Read more

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You can really benefit from seeing how other men deal with this disease.

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Welcome to the Tri-Cities Prostate Cancer Support  Group .

We are affiliated with Prostate Cancer Foundation BC and we provide assistance to men who live in:

  • Port Moody
  • Coquitlam
  • Port Coquitlam
  • Pitt Meadows
  • Maple Ridge

as well as any others who have prostate problems and are seeking information. (To locate other BC support groups as well as other Canadian support groups, check the Prostate Cancer Foundation BC webpages here and here, respectively).

Whether you have recently been diagnosed with prostate cancer, you are undergoing treatment or you are an ongoing survivor, it is important to stay on top of the development of treatment for your condition. Our role is to provide men and their partners with information and a meeting place to share their feelings and to discuss the knowledge they have acquired.

Contacts

Contact: Craig Asmundson
Phone: 604 928 9220
Email: rasmunds@sfu.ca

Contact: Doug Wilson
Phone: 604 464 2662
Email: dwilson@sfu.ca

Meetings & Events

prostate cancer group coquitlam meetings iconThe Tri-Cities Prostate Cancer Support  Group meets on the first Tuesday of each month.

Our meetings generally feature a guest speaker who addresses some of the problems we face when presented with prostate cancer.

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Donate

prostate cancer group coquitlam meetings iconYour donation to the Tri-Cities Prostate Cancer Support Group will make a real difference to support prostate cancer research, prevention and treatment.

Donations will be made through the Prostate Cancer Foundation BC.
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