Life turned upside down: father of three faces reality of post-cancer diagnosis

Life turned upside down: father of three faces reality of post- cancer diagnosis “I say yes to participating in research because it means I can be an active participant in both illness and healing.” – GERALD VAN WYCK, VANCOUVER Gerald van Wyck is a lucky man who, until recently, had never experienced a health crisis.

BPH & Incontinence

Here is an interesting article on how men over 40 can deal with an enlarged prostate and incontinence: http://nationalpost.com/sports/hockey/nhl/how-men-over-40-can-deal-with-an-enlarged-prostate-and-incontinence

Pubs for Prostate

Our Pubs for Prostate event is now under way for November. Pubs and restaurants from across BC have signed up to support Prostate Cancer Foundation BC throughout the month of November by donating proceeds from a menu item or by hosting an event. Please see our website www.pubsforprostate.ca to find a pub in your city and visit

Prostate cancer test saves lives, risks remain

Prostate cancer test saves lives, risks remain Reuters (Press release) Andrew M. Seaman September 4, 2017 Men who get a controversial blood test that looks for signs of prostate cancer appear to have a reduced risk of death from the malignancy, according to a new analysis by an international group of researchers. The analysis re-examined