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Links - Prostate Cancer

About Prostate Cancer  —Subsite of the N.Y. Times “About.com” website. — General site for prostate and other medical information. Publishes abstracts of latest reports on prostate cancer and other related conditions.

Conquer Prostate Cancer Now — A site for men with Prostate Cancer. Provides resources that can help you choose the best treatment available for early-stage, localized prostate cancer. It has a blog written and moderated by Rabbi Ed Weinsberg, a prostate cancer survivor and author of the bestselling book “Conquer Prostate Cancer: How Medicine, Faith, Love and Sex Can Renew Your Life.” Medical and non-medical consultants (including myself) answer publicly posted blog questions. I urge you to visit this site for a comprehensive view of prostate cancer and overcoming adverse treatment side effects like ED and incontinence from a medical and behavioral perspective

Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) — Formerly CaPCURE, the Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) is the world's largest philanthropic source of support for prostate cancer research.

Prostate Cancer Research Institute — An organization for men with prostate cancer. Maintains a staffed help-line for free personal advice from experts. Free newsletter.

PSA Rising — A site providing prostate cancer and nutrition news, information, and support. Has handy decision chart regarding risk associated with rising PSAs.

Prostate Talk -  A site dedicated to posting the latest news about prostate cancer research and treatments, and prostate afflictions including BPH and chronic prostatitis/pelvic pain syndrome.