Prostate Cancer: Resources to Take Charge of Your Health

September 21, 2021
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Transgender women and gender non-conforming individuals have health care needs that are often not talked about. It may be uncomfortable to think about parts of the body that may still be there after you have transitioned. This fact sheet is only a starting point. It can help you talk with your doctor if you have prostate cancer. There are also tips for you and your partner(s) to help manage the effects of treatment. The resources list on the back has more information. 

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