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    NYC Support- My Father has Prostate Cancer
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    An_245961 posted:
    Hi Everyone-

    Looking for some sort of support group in NYC for families affected by prostate cancer.

    Any recommendations?

    Thank you,
    M
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    billh99 responded:
    Here is one organization with local support groups.

    http://www.ustoo.org/

    There is also a ton of information on their web site.
     
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    Basir U Tareen, MD responded:
    When I practiced in NYC I spoke at the American Cancer society near Penn Station. Its a very large organization and I know they have a prostate cancer support group that meets monthly.


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