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Wednesday 25 May 2016, 10 - 11am
Life after prostate cancer surgery - separating the myths from the facts with Professor John Kelly
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in the UK, with over 40,000 new cases diagnosed every year. Surgery is a treatment option for prostate cancer but men facing surgery are often worried about what happens afterwards - erectile dysfunction (ED), infertility and bladder problems are common concerns.
Our expert is Professor John Kelly, consultant urological surgeon who will be available to answer your questions and separate myths from facts about recovering from prostate cancer surgery and living with the side effects of surgery. If you have any concerns or questions on this topic - whether you have had surgery or are deciding if surgery is the right treatment for you – you can put them to Professor Kelly for an expert opinion.
To join in the conversation, simply visit this page at 10am on Wednesday 25th May. To send your questions in advance, submit to firstname.lastname@example.org and Professor Kelly will try to answer your question on the day.