Out with Prostate Cancer


What Out with Prostate Cancer is about

Our Group offers emotional comfort and support as well as its own wisdom and practical information to those who face the many challenges that are presented by the diagnosis of prostate cancer. (We do not however offer medical advice on individual cases and suggest you contact your GP or Prostate Cancer UK or Macmillan Cancer Care).
Our Group is directed primarily at gay and bisexual men and trans-women, including those who are:

  • frightened by what is happening to them
  • a loved one or partner who wants to know what they are experiencing and feeling is normal and shared by others
  • apprehensive about treatment and want to see how others have coped
  • are coping well and don't need support — but come along to support others
  • smiling after beating cancer and attend the Group to show others that cancer can be beaten

Through the sharing of experiences, down-to-earth anecdotal advice and the provision of an open forum, the Group aims to assist members to reduce feelings of isolation and to gain perspective. The Group helps people to recognize their own inner resources for strength, peace and healing.


The group meets on the first Saturday of every month between 2pm and 4pm.

They are hybrid meetings, in-person in the centre of Manchester and simultaneously on Zoom.

If you are interested in attending or finding out any more information please contact us via the details below or fill out the request on the contact page.

owpc crew
Tony on bike
8 June 2013 meet