Prostate Cancer Support – Durham Region

Group Meeting, 4 Feb 2024

We are focusing our attention on topics related to survivorship for the next few meetings, starting with the role and benefits of exercise before, during and for the long haul after treatment.
We encourage concerned or newly diagnosed men and their caregivers to attend these sessions and will share useful information with you all.
We will include a traditional Member Forum, or two, in our February to June meeting schedule.

Prostate Cancer
Support Group Meeting


Focused on Survivorship

Through Excercise

7:00 PM
Wed, 7th February, 2024

Woodview Community Centre,
151 Cadillac Ave. NORTH, Oshawa

Meetings are indoors.
Masks are optional.

PCS Durham logo.

Providing Information and support to men and their caregivers, dealing with prostate cancer since 1995.

Hear from someone who has been travelling the same road. For all who are concerned or have been diagnosed, their adult family and caregivers.

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We are a volunteer organization of prostate cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers serving residents of Durham Region in Ontario, which includes the municipalities of Ajax, Bowmanville, Oshawa, Pickering, Whitby,  Brock, Clarington, Scugog and Uxbridge, with a mission to “INFORM, support and advocate for men living with prostate cancer, as well as their caregivers; and to raise awareness of prostate cancer in the community by pro-active participation in local events and programs.”

Please see Events for a connection to the master calendar of events / presentations and group meetings on-line and News for interesting prostate cancer related reading materials.

We hold meetings on the first Wednesday of the month (excluding: January, July, and August) at the Woodview Community Centre, 151 Cadillac Avenue NORTH in Oshawa (Map) – See Events.  Four meetings feature health care professionals and related speakers. These speaker meetings alternate with four member forums where members share their experiences and address questions with other participants.  We also hold a pot-luck social meeting in December for members and their adult families and friends to celebrate and socialize together.