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New course for Tayside prostate cancer patients

Prostate Scotland and Maggie’s are delighted to start our new course in Tayside for prostate cancer patients on Wednesday 29 March.  Our Living Well with Prostate Cancer course for men diagnosed with prostate cancer will take place at Maggie’s Dundee.

Our course is specifically designed for men in Tayside undergoing treatment or having recently finished treatment for prostate cancer.  It will run over a 6-week period.  Men will meet others in a similar situation and discuss various topics including managing side effects, the practicalities of living with prostate cancer, diet, exercise and finances.  There’ll also be a chance to hear guest speakers during some sessions who are experts in the field of prostate cancer.

Each session will last around 1.5 hours and the course is free.  It takes place at Maggie’s Dundee, Ninewells Hospital, Tom McDonald Avenue, Dundee, DD2 1NH.

100% of men attending the previous course in Dundee found it extremely worthwhile and they said:

Good to meet others and hear their story.

“I have appreciated the experience and am happy to recommend to others.”

And on the course facilitators: “They were very friendly, approachable and knowledgeable.  All were excellent.” 

Just call or email Maggie’s Dundee to sign up.


This service for Tayside prostate cancer patients is part of Prostate Scotland’s COMPASS project.

COMPASS aims to help men across Scotland navigate prostate cancer and disease through a range of support and wellbeing services.