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What helps when you were just diagnosed with prostate cancer?

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  • Ask your doctor, nurse, or other health care provider to explain any instructions or medical terms you don't understand.
  • Use resources and support services offered by your hospital and in the community. Learning more about your disease will help you feel more at ease with your treatment.
  • Ask your family and friends to help you sort through the information you get.
  • Consider joining a support group.

From: Coping With Prostate Cancer WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCE: National Cancer Institute.

Reviewed by William Blahd on July 11, 2017

SOURCE: National Cancer Institute.

Reviewed by William Blahd on July 11, 2017

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