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All Male Cancers
An overview of testicular, penile and prostate cancer. (Booklet third edition)
How to discuss a male cancer diagnosis with your children. (Leaflet 2nd edition)
Read the full article entitled” Talking to Children about Male Cancers” by Kathleen Russell
A comprehensive guide to testicular cancer and its management. (Booklet 3rd edition)
A popular awareness Z-card on testicular health and cancer awareness (3rd edition).
Testosterone Replacement Therapy following testicular cancer treatment. (Leaflet 2nd edition)
Testicular Cancer and Fertility. (Leaflet second edition).
A leaflet for men who think they may need support detailing Orchids Testicular Cancer Telephone Counselling Service.
Further Downloadable PDFs can be found on:
The Your Privates Schools Pack and microsite was designed to be used by any school professional, not just teachers. We have already received excellent feedback from school nurses, teaching assistants and volunteers conducting assembly talks who have found the pack useful and informative.
Orchid no longer stocks its award winning film Know Your Balls. However it can still be viewed here.
A comprehensive guide to penile cancer and its treatment. (Booklet)
Glans Resurfacing and Split Skin Graft (leaflet for men undergoing the procedure).
Inguinal Lymph Node Dissection (leaflet for men undergoing the procedure).
Partial Penectomy (leaflet for men undergoing the procedure).
Total Penectomy (leaflet for men undergoing the procedure).
Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy (leaflet for men undergoing the treatment).
Penile Health and Penile Cancer Awareness Z-card (3rd edition).
A comprehensive booklet on prostate cancer. (Coming soon)
An informative guide to prostate cancer Z-card (4th edition).
An informative guide to prostate cancer Z-card for Black African and Black Caribbean Men (1st edition).
Information on the PSA blood test. (Leaflet)
Our Helpline details pocket card.
Orchid tries to provide relevant and accurate information in line with Information Standard Guidelines and would welcome any feedback that patients or healthcare professionals may have, good or bad. If you would like to comment on any of the above content please do so by emailing the Orchid Male Cancer Information Nurse Specialists firstname.lastname@example.org or filling out the electronic form below.
Last updated 22/7/15 Next review January 2017