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Newly Diagnosed

1 in 8 Men will be Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer.
You are Not Alone!

NTxPCC - Newly Diagnosed program

North Texas Prostate Cancer Coalition offers a program for newly diagnosed men allowing them to obtain a basic knowledge of the factors involved in decision-making leading to improved treatment and outcome.

Long Term Survivor program

The Long Term Survivor program provides a means for survivor to patient contact. The main function of this program is for survivors to listen to men’s concerns and questions and help find answers to those questions and concerns. Sharing information based on their treatment and side effect experience is an important part of the exchange. The information exchange is done either by phone or at face-to-face sessions at survivor chat programs. Survivor chat sessions are offered Tuesdays from 10 am to 2 pm at the Prostate Cancer Resource Center in Fort Worth: “Let’s Talk on Tuesday … about Prostate Cancer“; stop by and visit. A list of NTxPCC Long Term Survivor volunteers is provided on this website. Feel free to call these LTS volunteers about their experience for specific treatments.

Disclaimer: NTxPCC and any of its directors, officers or volunteers do not endorse or recommend any medical treatment, product, service or course of action. For medical, legal or other advice, please consult professionals of your choice.

Additional useful information for newly diagnosed is available through other pages on this website

Selected Literature for Newly Diagnosed

The Winning Mindset That Saved My Life Second Edition, Amazon, 2021

– Hulsey, Tom

100 Questions & Answers About Prostate Cancer. Boston: Jones & Bartlett, 2nd edition, 2009.

– Ellsworth, Pamela, MD

100 Questions and Answers about Prostate Disease. (134 pages)

– Loughlin, Kevin R., MD

Prostate & Cancer: A Family Guide to Diagnosis, Treatment & Survival, 4th edition. Cambridge, Mass.: Perseus Publishing, 2009. (58 pages)

– Marks, Sheldon

Promoting Wellness for Prostate Cancer Patients. Ann Arbor, MI: J.W. Edwards, 2006. * New edition expected 11/08.

– Moyad, Mark.

Dr. Peter Scardino’s Prostate Book. (2nd edition). New York: Avery, 2010.

– Scardino, Peter, & Judith Kelman.

Humanizing Prostate Cancer: A Physician-patient Perspective. White Stone, VA.: Brandylane Publishers, Inc., 2000. (63 pages)

– Schultz, Roger & A.W. Oliver.

Surviving Prostate Cancer: What You Need to Know to Make Informed Decisions. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006.

– Torrey, E. Fuller.

Dr. Patrick Walsh’s Guide to Surviving Prostate Cancer. (2nd edition.) New York: Wellness Central, 2007.

– Walsh, Patrick C. & J.F. Worthington

Prostate Cancer Strikes: Navigating the Storm

– by Gogs Gagnon, Amazon, 2019