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This guide can help a GP provide easy to understand information to a man about prostate cancer screening and the likelihood of being diagnosed with prostate cancer. It is designed as a a practical factsheet for GPs to help them explain clearly and confidently about the risks...
9/11/2012 2:01:37 PM
Being diagnosed with cancer comes as a shock to every patient. What follows is often a deluge of confusing information, mixed views on the treatment options and general confusion and uncertaintiy for the patient and their family. These resources offer a detailed guide to man...
9/11/2012 2:30:55 PM
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in Australia, with almost 20,000 men diagnosed each year. Australia and New Zealand have the highest incidence in the world, with one in seven men diagnosed by age 75 and one in five diagnosed by age 85. In Australia abou...
2/27/2014 1:27:22 PM
  Most men find it highly embarrassing and difficult to talk about incontinence, even with their partners...   Prostate cancer surgery can result in side effects including problems with erectile function and with continence. The challenge for practitioners is to be a...
10/4/2012 11:11:17 AM
Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA) is the peak national body for prostate cancer in Australia. The PCFA is dedicated to reducing the impact of prostate cancer on Australian men, their partners, families and the wider community. The Ambassador Program trains peopl...
5/13/2013 4:16:05 PM
  A key component of this global initiative has been the support for introducing prostate cancer outcomes registries to monitor patient-reported outcomes and patterns of care.   This report collates and evaluates patient-reported and clinical outcomes, and patterns of ...
8/9/2017 9:20:46 AM
Prostate cancer is viewed as being the major men's health issue and one of the top five health issues in the community although it accounts for 4.2% of male deaths and 13% of male cancer deaths. Community awareness of prostate cancer has improved over the years and many more...
10/19/2012 1:48:34 PM
For individuals and organisations running events or creating awareness about the experiences of men and boys with cancer, it can be useful to have access toresources designed for males. The Cancer Council and its state-based networks have produced these factsheets and resour... 10/29/2012 11:35:49 AM
Male Incontinence Resources Incontinence affects many men and is often associated with surgery for bowel or prostate cancer. This section outlines resources that examine the occurrence of incontinence in males and how services can become better equipped to handle men with t... 8/27/2012 3:46:26 PM
Overview The Australian Institute of Male Health & Studies (AIMHS) have developed informative men's health brochures and posters for male health promotion. The posters have positive messages for men, and the brochures contain facts about common men's health concerns, for exa...
11/23/2016 10:24:21 AM
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