The Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) is a one-stop information site for all things related to cancer. Patient support and links to local CCS chapter offices are provided.
The Canadian Cancer Survivor Network (CCSN) works to connect patients, survivors and other stakeholder groups with decision makers and the wider community to engage in discussion and to act on evidence-based best practices to alleviate the medical, emotional, financial and social costs of cancer and encourage research on ways to overcome barriers to optimal cancer care and follow-up for survivors in Canada.
Founded in 2003, PROCURE's mission is to provide science and humanity with the means to help prevent and cure prostate cancer. It is the only charitable organization in Quebec to be devoted entirely to the fight against this form of cancer. PROCURE’s biobank – created in 2007 in collaboration with the four Quebec University-based hospital systems (CHUM, CHUS, CHUQ and MUHC) - aims to accelerate breakthroughs in prostate cancer research. PROCURE offers the public and healthcare professionals a comprehensive bilingual website (www.PROCURE.ca) and contributes to supporting patients and their caregivers by providing the services of a urology nurse upon request, a provincial Prostate Cancer Support & Awareness Network as well as information and awareness campaigns.
Prostate Cancer Canada (PCC) is dedicated to the elimination of the disease through research, education, support and awareness. Prostate Cancer Canada's goals are twofold - to fund research that will uncover better diagnostic and treatment options and to provide comprehensive support services for those living with the disease. Their website offers a variety of resources for anyone who is affected by prostate cancer, including treatment options and disease information, webinars, expert videos and details on funded research. You can also view videos from Prostate Cancer Canada on their YouTube Channel:
Based in Alberta, the Prostate Cancer Centre offers support and education to men throughout their cancer journey. Their website, open to anyone, is packed with helpful information on prostate cancer.
From the Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto, Ontario, this website offers in-depth information on prostate cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and support.