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Prostate Cancer Support Toronto Peer Support Meetings – 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
These meetings are held on the FIRST and THIRD Tuesday evenings of each month except on statutory holidays, currently on Zoom on the first Tues. and in person on the third Tues.  A link to register for the next meeting can be found here shortly before the meeting.   It will also be available by clicking on the banner at the top of every page.

A view of a Zoom meeting, on the FIRST Tuesday of the month.

We meet in person on the third Tuesday of the month at the Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave, North York,ON.  Click here for details.

A view of an in person meeting, on the THIRD Tuesday of the month.
  • Have you recently been diagnosed with prostate cancer?
  • Are you in the process of exploring your treatment options?
  • Have you had treatment and now are dealing with side effects?
  • Are you a prostate cancer survivor willing to share your experience?

Attend one of our peer support meetings!  Among the attendees will usually be someone who has had the treatment(s) you are considering or dealt with the side effects you are experiencing.  These meetings are for directly affected by prostate cancer, both men and women.  At one time, female spouses/partners, caregivers and other supporters had separate meeting at the same time.  Now they are encouraged to come to the regular meetings, both on Zoom and in person.

We also have meetings with health care professionals at other times called Awareness Nights.  Click here for details.


Man to Man Toronto Peer Support MeetingsOur meetings provide an opportunity for you to talk in complete confidence with prostate cancer survivors. These meetings draw 30 to 40. There is usually someone there who has had the treatment you are considering. This gives you an opportunity to talk directly to the men who’ve been through the various treatments. Our meetings provide an opportunity to come together to talk with others about managing life with prostate cancer. Parking is FREE and there is a refreshment break at our in person meetings, during which time you will have the opportunity to talk “one on one” with anyone you choose.  Note: we cannot give medical advice, but can share our knowledge of treatments and experiences.

There is also a subgroup:  Warriors, dealing with more advanced prostate cancer.

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