Ask Your Doctor

If you have been diagnosed with prostate cancer, you will want to take the time to think about your choices and to talk with your doctor and your loved ones about the best course of action for you. Download and print the doctor discussion guide, and be sure to add your own questions as you think of them.

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Have you thought about active surveillance?
Half of men diagnosed with prostate cancer are low-risk,2 yet 90% will receive immediate invasive treatment.3
Active surveillance is an appropriate treatment plan for many, yet only 10% of men correctly link it to prostate cancer.1
Not knowing which treatment to choose with confidence and potential side effects rank as men’s top concerns.1
1 2014 National survey conducted in partnership with MHN, ZERO, PHEN
2 Boorjian. 2008. J. Urol.
3 Cooperberg. 2010. JCO.

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About Our Partners
Prostate Health Education Network aims to eliminate the prostate cancer disparity among African Americans, who have the nation's highest prostate cancer incidence and mortality rates.
Supported by Genomic Health in partnership with MHN, ZERO and PHEN
Men's Health Network (MHN) Prostate Health Education Network (PHEN) ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer