Skip to navigation Skip to Content

Man To Man / Us Too Prostate Cancer Education and Support Group

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Man To Man / Us Too Prostate Cancer Education and Support Group is a forum for anyone that is interested in le​arning about prostate cancer and male health issues.​​

The group meets monthly to help men and their families cope with and understand prostate cancer treatment options and quality of life issues after treatment. Professional speakers are invited each month to talk about prostate cancer and quality of life issues.

Program information

Where (two locations):

1.  Marshfield Clinic Marshfield Center, Laird Center, room 0050 (alternative location is Conference Room near Urgent Care).

2.  Marshfield Clinic Weston Center, conference room 1B (across from the Oncology Department).

The two sites are linked together on meeting night.

When: First Thursday of each month

Time: 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Fee: None

For more information about the support group and to join, please contact: 

Ron Berry facilitates the support group in Marshfield.

Cheryl Vircks, Mark Moser, and Pat Brimacombe are facilitators that help with the support group in Weston.

Past presentations can be viewed with a high speed Internet connection.

Contact us for care

If this is a medical emergency, call 911.

Call: 1-866-520-2510

(Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.)

 Prostate Cancer Video

Test Your Knowledge of Cancer's Warning Signs

Early detection of cancer is important because it is usually easier to treat—and possibly cure—when caught early. Do you know what signs to look for? Take this quiz to find out more.

1. Any sudden or progressive change in a mole's appearance could be a sign of skin cancer.
2. A new mole or a change in an existing mole may be a sign of skin cancer.
3. One sign of malignant melanoma is a mole with shades of tan, brown, black, or blue.
4. Changes, lumps, or hard masses in the testicles are signs of testicular cancer.
5. A change in bowel habits—blood in the stool or chronic constipation—is a common symptom of stomach cancer.
6. Lumps, hard knots, or a thickening in the breast could mean breast cancer.
7. A nagging cough or hoarseness could be signs of lung cancer.
8. Prostate cancer often has no symptoms in its early stages.
9. Symptoms of mouth or tongue cancer include a sore inside the mouth that doesn't heal and mouth pain that doesn't get better or go away.
10. Bladder cancer has no symptoms.