Posted: Wed 1st Apr 2020

Wrexham Prostate Cancer Support Group offering new ways to help members

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This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Apr 1st, 2020

A local prostate cancer support group is offering new ways to help its members and those in the community who have been affected by the illness.

Monthly meetings of the Wrexham Prostate Cancer Support Group have stopped for the time being due to the Coronavirus lockdown.

However the group are now offering other ways to support its members and those men in the Wrexham Area who have recently being diagnosed with Prostate Cancer or believe they may be suffering symptoms.

Group Chairman Malcolm Williams said: “It is going to be difficult to gain access to medical professional help at this particular time so several of our members have volunteered to share their experiences with those in our community of how they have responded to the various treatment types.



“Rest assured, they have a wealth of positive information to share and facts about their own specific journeys and how they have also handled any side effects.

“For more information about the work of our group and receive a copy of our newly developed Members and Patients handbook please contact our Secretary Phil Jones via email at wxmpcsg@gmail.com or by calling 07525-824-679.”



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