Vancouver Sun series on prostate cancer

Date Posted: 
2018-05-17

The Vancouver Sun is running a five-part series on prostate cancer, written by Larry Pynn.  Links will be added as stories are published.

Part 1: Shock and choices after the diagnosis
1 in 7 Canadian men get prostate cancer, and I am among them

Part 2: Early detection and the PSA test controversy
The controversy over the PSA test is failing men with aggressive prostate cancers

Part 3: The ups and downs of prostate cancer research
Prostate cancer research yields hope, disappointment

Part 4: Intimacy and sex after prostate cancer
Prostate cancer: Diagnosis forces couples to rethink sexuality

Part 5: Living and dying with prostate cancer
Aging with prostate cancer as side-effects continue to linger

Related story: Prostate cancer series resonates with readers
A summary of reader feedback and a 15-minute video interview with Dr. Martin Gleave

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