The Prostate Cancer Research Institute has a number of educational resources available to help you in your journey.
- Helpline: Talk with a staff member to help you understand your diagnosis and treatment options.
- Online Forums
PCRI publishes two newsletters:
PCRI Insights is a quarterly magazine available both in electronic and print format, and features current information about the latest in prostate cancer research and treatment options.
PCRI Weekly is distributed as an e-newsletter every Thursday, and features a variety of topics, including articles on new treatments, information about upcoming events in the prostate cancer community, and clinical trial information.
Phone: 800-641-PCRI or 310-743-2110
PCRI maintains a knowledgeable Helpline staff, whose purpose is to help the patient understand his diagnosis and treatment options. PCRI’s Helpline facilitators are Nathan Roundy, a prostate cancer survivor; Jan Manarite, the wife of a prostate cancer patient; and Silvia Cooper, the daughter of a prostate cancer patient.
Helpline facilitators provide callers with articles and other educational materials and peer-reviewed medical literature from the PCRI archives.
The PCRI Helpline facilitators do not provide medical advice. Rather, their goal is to help the patient gain knowledge to empower him and his caregivers, and to promote better communication with his medical providers in the hopes of obtaining the best possible outcomes.
Click here to read more about the Helpline.
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