Thank you for joining Us TOO last weekend for the Community Conversation on Prostate Cancer at Grace United Methodist Church. We greatly valued your attendance, participation, and attention to the very serious subject of prostate cancer. Through this kind of grassroots community interaction, we can help address the importance of informed decision making for patients and caregivers specific to testing, active surveillance, treatment options for all phases of prostate cancer, and management of side effects.
Following are some suggested next steps, if you wish to continue the conversation…
for support, resources, and information on prostate cancer and treatments.
If you have questions or want to talk to someone, email
, or call 1-800-80-UsTOO.
Attend local Us TOO support group meetings to engage with others who’ve also been affected by prostate cancer; and encourage friends and family in North Carolina to do the same
Us TOO WNC Support Group
First Baptist Church of Asheville
5 Oak Street
1st Tuesday of the Month, 7:00 pm
Contact: Eric Naimark
Us TOO Cottingham PC Support Group Transylvania Co.
Transylvania Community Hospital Newland Conference Room
260 Hospital Drive
2nd Monday, 6:30 pm, No Meetings November or December
Contact: Renee Cottingham
Us TOO Charlotte
Buddy Kemp Cancer Support Center
242 Colonial Ave.
Charlotte, NC 28207
2nd Monday, 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Contact: Marcia Lampert
Us TOO High Point Prostate Cancer Support Group
High Point Regional Cancer Center
Resource Center Extension 3087
3rd Thursday, 7:00 - 8:00 pm
Contact: Chaplain Brooks Johnson
Us TOO/Man to Man Prostate Cancer Support Group
Lenoir Memorial Hospital
3rd Tuesday of the Month, 6:30 pm
Contact: Joe Jones
Us TOO Prostate Cancer Supp Grp of Wake County
Duke Raleigh Hospital Cancer Center
3404 Wake Forest Road
2nd Thursday, 7:00 pm
Contact: Phil Harris
Us TOO Wilmington PC Support Group
New Hanover Regional Medical Center
1st Thursday, 6:00 pm
Contact: George Gardner