Early stage, or localized, prostate cancer refers to cancer that is still confined to the prostate, either Stage I or Stage II. If you have been diagnosed with early stage prostate cancer you will be able to chose which kind of treatment is best for you. And while it is good to have choices, this may not be an easy decision for you to make. Each treatment option available for men with early stage prostate cancer has benefits and risks, each with side effects to consider. Download our fact sheet for more information.
If you have recently been diagnosed with prostate cancer, visit our Newly Diagnosed section to learn about the first steps to take.
Following your biopsy and diagnosis you will begin to gather information and learn about your disease and choices for treatment. Most prostate cancer is slow growing and may never cause any problems or symptoms. Learn from our experts as they discuss treatment options for localized prostate cancer.
Check out our resources for men diagnosed with early stage prostate cancer for more information:
- Early Stage Prostate Cancer
- Understanding Early Stage Prostate Cancer
- Treatment Options for Early Stage Prostate Cancer
- View videos on Early Stage Prostate Cancer
- Early Stage Prostate Cancer Support Group