Part two of article for partners of men with prostate cancer. What to expect and how to deal with side-effects of prostate cancer treatment – urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction.
Some men experience ongoing problems with incontinence after prostate surgery – even years later. This article discusses the problem and offers some solutions.
We spread the word about the NAVIGATE prostate cancer trial at Government House this afternoon.
If you’ve had treatment for prostate cancer, you probably know it can be hard to get hard (or stay hard). Assuming that you want to have sex, what do you do if your partner isn’t interested? If your partner is female, perhaps her reluctance has something to do with menopause.
Victorian Public Health Volunteer Awards An exciting event happened last Friday afternoon at the MCG. I was sitting in the Members’ Dining Room with 250 other volunteers and their families. It was wet and windy outside as the Victorian Minister for Health, Jenny Mikakos, presented the 2019 Local Health Volunteer Awards. Outstanding Achievement by a …
Alan White will be the guest on a free webinar about life after prostate cancer surgery.