Us Too Prostate Cancer Online Resources: US TOO is an independent network of support group chapters for men with prostate cancer and their families. US TOO groups offer fellowship, peer counseling, and education about treatment options.
: An NCI sponsored comprehensive source of cancer information including types of cancer, treatment options, clinical trials, genetics, coping, support, resources, and cancer literature.
Treatment options for early stage prostate cancer: prostate cancer educational booklet from the National Cancer Institutes
Report to the Nation on Prostate Cancer: A guide for men and their families: Peter Carrol, MD, The Johns Hopkins University, Anthony Zeitman, MD, Harvard Medical School, Jason Rothaermel, The Cleveland Clinic
The American Prostate Society
: The American Prostate Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing education, awareness, and service to the prostate cancer community.
CaP Cure (The Association for the Cure of Cancer of the Prostate): Founded by Michael Milken in 1993, CaP CURE identifies and supports prostate cancer research to improve treatments and cures.
National Association for Continence
: The National Association for Continence (NAFC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with incontinence. NAFC publishes a quarterly newsletter, resource guide of products and services for incontinence, audio/visual programs, and other educational materials.
National Prostate Cancer Coalition: National Prostate Cancer Coalition is an organization dedicated to bringing together and representing the interests of multiple organizations and individuals with an interest in the prevention and the cure of prostate cancer through funding prostate cancer research.
Prostate cancer resources from Cancer Care: The American Cancer Society has many national and local programs to help cancer patients with travel, lodging, and emotional support.
CanSearch: Online Guide to Cancer Resources
Service of the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship that leads you step-by-step through an online search.
OncoLink was founded in 1994 by University of Pennsylvania cancer specialists to help cancer patients, families, healthcare professionals and the general public get accurate cancer-related information at no charge.
ACOR (Association of Cancer Online Resources) hosts cancer discussion groups.
Oncologists Steve Strum and Mark C. Scholz’s Prostate Cancer Research Institute