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Prostate patient information interviews

timings flexible

Oxford AHSN, Magdalen Centre, Oxford Science Park OX4 4GA

An enlarged prostate (or benign prostatic hyperplasia) is common in men aged over 50. It can affect how they pass urine. Treatment can range from lifestyle changes to surgery.

It is sometimes hard for patients to find accurate information to help make decisions about treatment. We want to develop new information to help decision-making and would like to work with men who have had this condition (and family members) to understand what information they would find useful.

Further information: alison.gowdy@oxfordahsn.org.

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