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Resources and Tools: Part 7 – High Quality Decisions in Prostate Cancer with Dr. Kwon

For this series, Dr. Kwon discusses the decision-making process with Fred, who has recurrent prostate cancer and is making an important decision about hormone therapy. Fred candidly discusses his decision-making process and what he has learned through his cancer journey.

In this video, Dr. Kwon and Fred discuss resources for patients with cancer. For a full list of resources, please visit the cancerGRACE site at, or see these links, below:

Making Cancer Decisions –

UCSF’s Advanced Prostate Cancer Patient Guide –

Non-profit organizations
– Prostate Cancer Foundation –
– American Society of Clinical Oncology –
– National Comprehensive Cancer Network –
– American Cancer Society –

University Cancer Center
– Find your local one here –

Government organizations
– National Cancer Institute –

Consultation audio recording apps
– List of apps –
– Abridge app –

Question listening
– Find a question listing tool here –

Prostate Cancer Support groups
– Best to ask your oncologist
– CancerCare –
– ZERO –

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