While we all must remain safe and socially distant due to COVID-19 restrictions, it is important for everyone to continue to monitor and address their health concerns, and stay connected to others. Us TOO has virtual prostate cancer support groups that continue to meet regularly and host guest speakers. These meetings can be accessed by phone or by internet, and can be attended from any location. For a list of groups, please visit:

Speakers coming up in the next month include:

Us TOO New York Presents: "So Now I Have Metastatic Prostate Cancer, How Can I Optimize My Outcome? What Are My Options?" on Thursday, May 20th, at 6pm Eastern. The speaker will be Scott T. Tagawa, MD, MS, FACP, Professor of Medicine and Urology, Medical Director, Genitourinary Oncology Research Program, Weill Cornell Medicine, and Attending Physician, New York-Presbyterian Hospital. Their peer-to-peer support group meeting will follow the presentation. All prostate cancer fighters and their significant others are welcome to attend. For info and registration, visit www.ustoonewyork.org.


We are excited to announce that we are putting together a Spanish language prostate cancer support group for men and their caregivers. The group will meet once a month, with the first meeting happening in June. This is a virtual group which can be accessed by internet or phone from any location. To sign up for the group, please email Terri at terril@ustoo.org. Space is limited. 

Us TOO is creating a virtual support group for black men with prostate cancer. If you are interested in participating, please add your name and email to the list here

Us TOO offers virtual support for female caregivers of men with prostate cancer with A Forum for Her. For information on this group, visit www.ustoo.org/aforumforher. To join one of the Forum calls, or to volunteer to host a group for about an hour per month, please contact Terri Likowski at terril@ustoo.org.

We also offer support for gay men and their partners with A Prostate Cancer Forum for Gay Men and Their Partners. For information on the group, visit www.ustoo.org/forumforgaymen. To join one of these calls, please contact Terri Likowski at terril@ustoo.org.

AnCan offers a wide range of virtual support groups for men at every stage of prostate cancer. For more information, visit www.ancan.org/prostate-cancer.

The Reluctant Brotherhood hosts virtual meetings - "This call is for men living with cancer, any cancer at any stage. This is not a very technical call because we talk about what is going on inside our hearts and minds. We poke around with our emotional lives, the unmeasurable stuff." For information, please visit www.thereluctantbrotherhood.org.