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We have been working on the following
Erectile dysfunction is a common side effect of treatment for prostate cancer. Every man who experiences treatment related Erectile dysfunction should be able to access the best information, services, support and products to help deal with it. However, we are hearing from men and clinicians that this is not always the case. We need to find out more about what support men are getting to see whether or not we should campaign on this issue.
We've launched our Quality Checklist to help make quality care a reality for all men with prostate cancer.
Men with prostate cancer should be able to have any treatment that their doctor recommends for them.
Find out how you can work with us to ensure men can access new medicines for prostate cancer.
The Pledge for Prostate Cancer calls on MPs and MSPs to take action to reduce inequalities and improve prostate cancer services. We've set out five pledges that MPs and MSPs can make to show their support for people affected by the disease. We'll be working with MPs and MSPs to continue to represent those affected by prostate cancer and ensure that their voice is heard in government.
The aim of the campaign is to ensure men who receive hormone therapy and their families have access to high quality support and information. The campaign calls for the urgent implementation of current clinical guidelines on the care of men with prostate cancer to address these unacceptable gaps in services.