International research study about the psychological burden of changes to sexual wellbeing, sexual identity and intimate relationships in gay and bisexual men with prostate cancer and their male partners.
· Gay and/or bisexual men who have, or have had, prostate cancer;
· Male partners of gay and/or bisexual men who have, or have had, have prostate cancer (18+ years).
A confidential online survey which will take about 30 minutes to complete. You don’t have to be in a relationship to take part.
You can find out more about the study and complete the survey online at http://www.uws.edu.au/PCAS
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Prostate Cancer is diagnosed in about 13-15% of men of European descent. Men of African or African-American descent are twice as likely to have prostate cancer cells as men of European descent. Men of African descent are often diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer.
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Visit Art Work by Prostate Cancer Patients Currently on View: Joseph Padial For most men a diagnosis of prostate cancer causes a reaction of shock, denial, pain, anger, depression and ultimately acceptance. For Plainfield, New Jersey artist, Joseph Padial his experience unleashed a fury of creativity that enabled him to express these feelings on canvas. The artist feels strongly that the patient should be told the truth, the whole ugly truth so that he can make informed decisions on his treatment. This exhibition invites the viewer to travel with him on his journey