Fingers crossed is not how one approaches prostate cancer. We can help.
Family history is an important risk factor. So, if your father was a stubborn ass, we’re going to nag you too.
Prostate cancer. Just because you ignore it, doesn’t mean it’s not there.
Prostate Cancer. Take it like a man but face it with a team.
Right now 1 in every 7 Vancouver Island men is diagnosed with prostate cancer. Island Prostate Centre is working to help beat these odds. Island Prostate Centre connects men and their families with the information they need to make informed decisions about their prostate health – before, during and after a diagnosis. If you or someone you know is dealing with prostate cancer or related health issues, please get in touch with us. Our experts are located throughout Vancouver Island and can help you every step of the way. We will help you get through this together.
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Newly diagnosed? Some things you should know about us.
We help you make informed decisions.
Extensive, up-to-date database of local, provincial and national resources and research
All our services
A wide range of services for you and your family including counselling, exercise program and support groups
We are a trusted resource.
Our referrals come from family doctors, urologists, hospitals, the BC Cancer Agency and past clients
We are an independent non-profit.
Our support comes from individual donors, sponsors, and community partners, not government
One in eight Canadian men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. We can help you beat the odds.
The Island Prostate Centre is your local, knowledgeable and trusted source for information on diagnosis, treatment and research.
By raising awareness and promoting early detection we can help thousands of Island men avoid or recover from a prostate cancer diagnosis.
Thank you to our generous sponsors.
Island Prostate Centre is the former The Prostate Centre. Only the logo and look have changed. The same people carry on the same services, programs and support for men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer and their families.