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Community Guide to Advanced Prostate Cancer

While there's a lot of things that bring cancer survivors of all stages together, there are some things that alter the experience for advanced stage folks. From fatigue to a shorter prognosis, from family support to cognitive side effects, advanced and metastatic prostate cancer is a little different. Find ways to connect with other folks in the same boat and read their stories:


Fatigue is a frustrating and life-changing side effect for many men living with prostate cancer. It can be especially debilitating for folks having immunotherapy or chemo treatments.

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Have you experienced fatigue from cancer treatments?

Brain fog

Brain fog can get in the way of daily life. Many members have mentioned how frustration memory issues can be.

Community Poll

Have you ever had brain fog or cog fog from treatments?

Prognosis and end of life

With advanced cancer, particularly stage IV, end of life can feel disturbing close. Part of surviving with this diagnosis is learning how to live with your prognosis.

Community Poll

How often do you think about your prognosis?

Managing pain

Pain can be chronic with advanced prostate cancer, especially with bone metastases.

Community Poll

Do you deal with pain as a side effect or symptom?

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Clinical trials

Clinical trials can be a treatment option for folks who might not be responding to or happy with their current treatment.

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Have you ever participated in a clinical trial?

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Have you experienced side effects from androgen deprivation therapy (ADT)?