Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Prostate Cancer Patient
Resources and Support Organizations

Roughly the same number of American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer (1 in 9) as women will be diagnosed with breast cancer (1 in 8) every year. However, for a variety of reasons, prostate cancer awareness does not employ the same level of awareness breast cancer does. In efforts to raise awareness around prostate cancer, we hope you will find useful, and more importantly share, our favorite prostate cancer patient resources 2019 edition.

It is of paramount importance for men to take an active role in their own treatment course to achieve the optimum quality of life post-treatment.

Prostate cancer is highly treatable and there are multiple organizations whose mission is to help educate as well as provide support to men and their families dealing with a prostate cancer diagnosis. The list of resources available is extensive. Here are just a few of Isoray’s recommended patient advocacy groups and organizations.

The Prostate Cancer Free Foundation

The Prostate Cancer Free Foundation works to help people interested in, and affected by prostate cancer through education and research. The Foundation is supported by the members of the Prostate Cancer Results Study Group. The Prostate Cancer Results Study Group evaluates and compares the effectiveness and long term results of various prostate cancer treatments.

Our colleague and Cesium-131 user for prostate brachytherapy Dr. Alex Hsi is a Prostate Cancer Free Foundation board member.

They find studies, analyze outcomes, and present the data in a clear, digestible way so that men better understand and can make informed decisions regarding their treatment. The graph is updated regularly and provided to a large network of patients and physicians around the world.  

To take a look at the latest iteration of the chart click here.


Contact / 206.453.2987

The Prostate Cancer Research Institute

Best left said in their own words: “The Prostate Cancer Research Institute’s mission is to improve the quality of prostate cancer patients and caregivers lives by supporting research and disseminating information that educates and empowers patients, families, and the medical community.

“The Prostate Cancer Research Institute (PCRI), a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to helping you research your treatment options. We understand that you have many questions, and we can help you find the answers that are specific to your case. All of our resources are designed by a multidisciplinary team of advocates and expert physicians, for you. We believe that by educating yourself about the disease, you will have more productive interactions with your medical professionals and receive better individualized care. Feel free to explore our website or call us at 1 (800) 641-7274 with any question that you have.”

ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk Events

Tyler, TX – September 7

Boston, MA – September 8 

Philadelphia, PA – September 8

Charlotte, NC – September 14 

Coachella Valley, CA – September 14 

Dayton, OH – September 14

Jacksonville, FL – September 14

Napa, CA – September 14

St. Louis, MO – September 14

Twin Cities, MN – September 14 

Syracuse, NY – September 15 

Harrisburg, PA – September 20 

San Diego, CA – September 21 

New York City, NY – September 22 

San Antonio, TX – September 22

Austin, TX – September 28

Des Moines, IA – September 28

Knoxville, TN – September 28

Puget Sound, WA – September 28

South Florida, FL – September 28

Prostate Cancer

Survivor Spotlight

Cancer survivors and their families share their experience about the battle with prostate cancer.

Patients tell their stories.

Sex After Brachytherapy

Following many prostate cancer treatment options, sexual recovery takes time. Many men experience difficulty having and maintaining an erection, and orgasm feels qualitatively different. However, for prostate cancer survivor Dave Ricordati, these negative side effects are absent after brachytherapy treatment.

(No) Incontinence After Brachytherapy

One side effect of many prostate cancer treatment options is possible incontinence. Removing the prostate through surgery or weakening it during external beam radiation disrupts the way urine is held in the bladder-...

The importance of prostate cancer support networks

Prostate cancer survivor John Aguzino and his daughter Celeste discuss his prostate cancer treatment journey and the importance of prostate cancer support networks. The importance of support networks for men undergoing treatment for prostate cancer can not be...

Doctors & Clinicians 

The Isoray team is here to help. Contact us below and our experts will help connect you with clinicians, researchers, and our support team to answer your questions about Isoray and Cesium Blu.

Thank you to the physicians working every day to combat prostate cancer.

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We’re here to help in the battle against your cancer. Our team is focused on working with you and your doctor to provide the best in brachytherapy.

A Patient’s Guide to Prostate Cancer

If you or a loved one has recently been diagnosed with prostate cancer and want to learn more, download our patient guide.