Telephone Support Line 033 33 202 360

If your life, or the life of someone you love, has been affected by prostate cancer and you would like to talk to someone who understands the challenges you face, please call us on the helpline above. Your call will be directed to the home number of one of our experienced Association members and will be treated in confidence.

Whilst members are not qualified to offer medical advice they can offer support and understanding based on their own experiences as a prostate cancer patient or that of a family member. If they should be unavailable when you call, please leave a brief message and telephone number and we will return your call as soon as possible. Alternatively, if you prefer, please call back later. We will always be pleased to hear from you.

By telephoning, there is of course no obligation to join the Association. People deal with the diagnosis of prostate cancer in different ways and we understand this. However, if you are unsure about what a support group has to offer, why not come along to a meeting and see for yourself. You will be made most welcome and, again, there is no obligation to join the Association.

We also have an e-mail contact address if you would prefer to contact us in this way.
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PCSA Kent - locally supporting those affected by prostate cancer
Men of Black Caribbean or Black African descent are 3 times more likely to get prostate cancer than white men.
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