New York City Prostate Cancer Support Groups on Hiatus due to Coronavirus

All groups meet in Manhattan, at 10 Union Square East, between 14th and 15th Street. Most subway and bus lines pass through Union Square .

Out of an abundance of caution, all support groups to go on hiatus until the Coronavirus risk abates. Everyone is encouraged to join our free and very active online group. Go to and click on the group of your choice.
On March 6, 2020, the CDC issued a special warning for older adults:
“The CDC says early data suggests older people and people who have severe chronic medical conditions like heart, lung, or kidney disease are at higher risk for more serious illness from the novel Coronavirus. The CDC says older people are twice as likely to become seriously ill if they become infected with the virus.
This advice from the CDC comes as two top infectious disease experts with ties to the federal government have advised people over 60 and those with underlying health problems to strongly consider avoiding activities that involve large crowds, such as traveling by airplane, going to movie theaters, attending family events, shopping at crowded malls, and going to religious services.” CNN
We take these warnings seriously. Fortunately, Malecare runs the most active online prostate cancer support group in the world. In 2019, our community saw 5,654 new discussions prompting 93,685 replies, eleven times the number of posts, and seventeen ti