When you hear you have prostate cancer you may have a lot of questions. These pages will answer your questions about what it is, how it is treated, and living well while you have prostate cancer.
The words in bold in the text are explained in the glossary (what this word means) at the end of this booklet. Key points are written in Māori.
Ka rongo ana koe kua pāngia koe ki te matepukupuku tērā pea, ka nui ngā pātai ka ara ake. Ka whakautu tēnei puka i ō pātai e pā ana ki te mate nei, pēhea te maimoa i tēnei mate, me te noho ora i te wā o tō matepukupuku repe ure.
Whakamāramatia ai ngā kupu kua miramirahia, ki roto i te rārangi kupu (he whakamārama kupu) kei te mutunga o te puka nei. Kua whakamāoritia ngā tohu (tikanga) matua.
“Knowing what information you can get, the questions you should ask, and where to go for support and more information on treatment you could understand. It would have helped me to have this before I saw the urologist.” (Bill)