The West Wales Prostate Cancer Support Group is a patient-led group of volunteers working in West and South West Wales. We offer support to prostate cancer patients and to their families and friends.
We aim to give men the opportunity to talk to other men who have been through the experience of tests, diagnosis and treatment for prostate cancer.
We encourage men with prostate cancer or symptoms of prostate disease to become better informed and able to discuss and make decisions about their treatment.
We encourage all men from age 50 to seek professional advice and request regular tests from their own GP to identify and abnormality of the prostate gland.
We work with other agencies to improve awareness, education, diagnosis therapy and support for men with prostate cancer.
- 01239 710265 (Welsh speaker) or
- 01834 831442
If you want to talk in confidence please ring any of the above numbers. We can put you in touch with other prostate cancer patients with experience of different treatments and outcomes. Please ask if you wish to talk to a Welsh speaker, and we will try to arrange this.
As well as working with professionals in the NHS, we have established links with Prostate Cancer UK, Macmillan Cancer Support, CISS – Cancer Information and Support Services (Swansea), and other national and local organisations working in the field of cancer care.
The information and opinions expressed on this website are not endorsements or recommendations for any medical treatment, product, service or course of action by The West Wales Prostate Cancer Support Group, its officers or the editors of this website. For medical, legal or other advice please consult professionals of your choice.