British Columbia has 25 Prostate Cancer Support Groups meet once a month. This group is focused on providing help to Chinese-speaking men, but everyone is welcome. We meet on the second Thursday of every month from 7:00pm to 9:00pm at the Richmond Public Library (2/F Brighouse Main Branch, 7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond, BC V6Y 1R8). Please register online at for professional presentation. We speak Mandarin, Cantonese and English. Please come and talk to other men and family members who have been dealing with prostate cancer for weeks, months or even years. The Prostate Cancer Foundation of BC accepts donation online, please go to

The Richmond Blue Walkers walk on every Tuesdays and Thursdays 9-11am, 5-10 km along the beautiful river dykes and parks in Richmond (Walk in the Richmond Shopping Centre during the raining days or cold seasons). Check the schedule below or contact Daniel Leung at 604-836-6423 for the locations and meeting places.

支援小組乃義工組織,我們講普通話、廣東話和英語,幫助您了解良性前列腺疾病與前列腺癌的病徵、預防、治療、康復與最新醫療硏究等資訊。我們每月一次(第二個星期四從下午7:009:00在列治文公共圖書館二樓(市中心公眾泳池對面)舉辦免費聚會,邀請中英專業人仕主辦醫療與健康講座,交流經驗與分享感受。請到圖書館網站,並使用你的圖書館卡進行登記。如果沒有圖書卡請致電604-231-6413 (英語) 604-231-6462(中文)報名。

列治文前列腺癌友步行團 每週二和週四早上九時至十一時,沿著美麗的河堤和公園散步(在下雨天或寒冷季節,步行於列治文購物中心)。查詢活動更新請打電話 604-836-6423 (Daniel)。捐款請到前列腺癌基金會

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Monday, June 4, 2018

June-August 2018 Prostate Health Presentation 6月 - 8月前列腺健康專題講座

Here are the monthly meetings for the next 3 months. Every second Thursday 7-9pm each month at  Richmond Public Library, Brighouse Main Branch, second floor, 7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond, BC V6Y 1R8

以下是未來3個月的每月會議(每月第二個星期四,下午7-9點,列治文公共圖書館二樓,7700 Minoru Gate,Richmond,BC V6Y 1R8。

June 14, 2018 - 中医对前列腺疾病以及不举的防治 (TCM Treatment for Prostate Diseases and Erectile Dysfunction)
黄健儀中醫師 (Dr. Jenny Huang, RDTCM) 
粵語講解 Cantonese presentation  

July 12, 2018 - 認識前列腺疾病 (Knowing Prostate Diseases)
余威廉註冊護士 (Mr Wellam Yu Ko, RN, MN, PhD(c))
粵語講解 Cantonese presentation  

August 9, 2018 - 治療前列腺癌 (Prostate Cancer Treatments)
余威廉註冊護士 (Mr Wellam Yu Ko, RN, MN, PhD(c))
粵語講解 Cantonese presentation  

Register by phone: 604-231-6413
普通話/粵語電話報名: 604-231-6462

Monday, May 21, 2018

Please support the walking team of "Richmond Support Group"

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Team Name:Richmond Support Group
Team Leader:Daniel Leung
2018 Metro Vancouver Fathers Day Run
Starts: Jun 17, 2018

Sponsor a Team Member:
Beryl To
Billy Leung
Billy Yeung
Cherrmin Chan
Daniel Leung
Grace Leung
Rienna Wong
Wellam Yu Ko
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I believe that if you can't run from it ....then run for it, and that is what I plan to do!
As we move closer to Father’s Day, I am asking you to step up the fight against prostate cancer and support the men you love. 

Would you help our team and donate to Prostate Cancer Foundation BC’s annual Walk / Run for Prostate Cancer?
 Raymond James Ltd. is proud to partner with the Prostate Cancer Foundation BC and Island Prostate Centre as Presenting Sponsor of June 17, 2018, Raymond James Father’s Day Walk/Run in Metro Vancouver, Victoria, Chilliwack, Kamloops and Kelowna.

 Support our team and me and donate to Prostate Cancer Foundation BC or Island Prostate Centre Annual Father’s Day Walk/Run for Prostate Cancer via my web page below.
 Because this run is for the tens of thousands of Canadian men living courageously with prostate cancer and their families. It’s for all the men who have died from this disease and the families who have lost loved ones. It’s for the roughly 26,000 men who will be diagnosed in 2018 and everyone who cares about them. 

 The annual event hosted by Prostate Cancer Foundation BC and Island Prostate Centre, a volunteer-based organisation that represents BC’s prostate cancer patients, their families and communities. Even if you aren’t a walker or a runner, you can still step up and volunteer or consider donating to PCFBC to fund research for this disease that currently affects 1 in 7 men.
 Every donation, no matter how small, will have a significant impact on men and their families dealing with a diagnosis of prostate cancer in BC. 
Thank you in advance for your generosity and for giving the men in your life the gift of health this Father's Day.

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Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Calling All Volunteers - June 17 Father's Day Walk/Run

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Monday, April 30, 2018

「列治文前列腺癌友步行團」Richmond Blue Walkers May-June 2018 programs

May 1 & 3, 2018 9am-11am (2018年5月1日/3日)
June 5 & 7, 2018 9am-11am (2018年6月5日/7日)
Fraser River Middle Arm Dyke (Cambie to Terra Nova)
Meet on the dyke of 5400 River Road (停車在 5400 River Road, 在堤上集合)
GPS address: 5400 River Road, Richmond

May 8 & 10, 2018 9am-11am (2018年5月8日/10日)
June 12 & 14, 2018 9am-11am (2018年6月12日/14日)
West Dyke Trail (Terra Nova to Garry Point)
Meet outside the public washrooms at the west end of River Road (在 River Road 西端停車場公廁外集合)
GPS address: 2000 River Road, Richmond

May 15 & 17, 2018 9am-11am (2018年5月15日/17日)
June 19 & 21, 2018 9am-11am (2018年6月19日/21日)
Steveston Village (Garry Point to No. 3 Road)
Meet outside the public washrooms at the Garry Point Park parking lot (在 Garry Point Park 公園停車場公廁外集合)
GPS address: Garry Point Park, Richmond

May 22 & 24, 2018 9am-11am (2018年5月22日/24日)
June 26 & 28, 2018 9am-11am (2018年6月26日/28日)
The following place was updated on May 21:
Fraser River Middle Arm Dyke (Cambie to Terra Nova)
Meet on the dyke of 5400 River Road (停車在 5400 River Road, 在堤上集合)
GPS address: 5400 River Road, Richmond

May 29 & 31, 2018 9am-11am (2018年5月29日/31日)
Minoru Park and Track
Meet at the grandstand of Minoru Oval (在Minoru橢圓運動場看台集合)

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Yoga lessens treatment-related symptoms in men with prostate cancer

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Yoga lessens treatment-related symptoms in men with prostate cancer

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Decades of research show that yoga can reduce the emotional and physical fatigue brought on by cancer treatment. In 2017, scientists reported for the first time that this is also true specifically for men undergoing treatment for prostate cancer. Men who took a yoga class twice a week during prostate cancer radiation treatment reported less fatigue, fewer sexual side effects, and better urinary functioning than men who did not.
The research team enrolled 50 men ages 53 to 85 who were diagnosed with early or advanced nonmetastatic prostate cancer. Of them, 22 were assigned to yoga classes and the rest did not participate in yoga. All the men received scheduled radiation treatments; 29 of them were also on hormonal therapy, and 19 had been treated previously with surgery. The yoga and control groups were evenly balanced with respect to various cancer treatments as well as treatments for side effects.
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The type of yoga assessed in the study, called Eischens yoga, focuses on holding and maintaining poses, and is accessible for all body types and experience levels. The sessions lasted 75 minutes each. Before, during, and after the nine-week study, men were asked to rate their fatigue, as well as sexual and urinary symptoms.
Men in the yoga group reported improving or stabilizing symptom scores over time, whereas men in the non-yoga group reported worsening symptoms. The authors speculated that yoga improves erectile and urinary function by strengthening core muscles and improving blood flow. They urged men to keep an open mind and to look for a yoga group and instructor with whom they feel comfortable.
To learn more about the latest studies and treatment options for men dealing with prostate issues, read the 2018 Annual Report on Prostate Disease from Harvard Medical School.
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Thursday, March 29, 2018

Expert Angle: The changing landscape: Understanding non-metastatic (m0) castration resistant prostate cancer

The changing landscape: Understanding non-metastatic (m0) castration resistant prostate cancer
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With new and exciting drug developments on the horizon, join Dr. Robert Hamilton as he discusses how recent clinical trials show promising results in delaying metastases in prostate cancer patients in a new Expert Angle On-Demand webinar!
For a complete list of PCC’s on-demand webinars, visit the Expert Angle webpage here.
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DATE: Thursday, March 29, 2018


TITLE: The changing landscape: Understanding non-metastatic (m0) castration resistant prostate cancer

LENGTH: 23 mins
OVERVIEW: This presentation takes a closer look at a critical time within the prostate cancer disease journey between the localized and advanced disease state. Metastasis, when the cancer spreads to a different part of the body, is currently targeted by multiple treatment options available in the market. With the recent SPARTAN and PROSPER clinical trials, there are new drug developments that may target the non-metastatic castration resistant prostate cancer window to further delay metastases. Key tools and imaging options in detecting metastases are also discussed.
SPEAKER: Dr. Robert Hamilton is an uro-oncologic surgeon specializing in prostate cancer at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. He has expertise in minimally invasive surgeries, including robotic surgery.  Dr. Hamilton sees patients at all different stages of prostate cancer from those at risk to this with early diagnoses to advanced disease.  His research interests in prostate cancer include the study of statins and metformin in prostate cancer prevention; whether genetic markers can be used to predict who will benefit from chemoprevention; and biomarkers of prostate cancer aggressiveness.

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