The Best Prostate Cancer Blogs of the Year

We’ve carefully selected these blogs because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high quality information. If you would like to tell us about a blog, nominate them by emailing us at bestblogs@healthline.com!

A cancer diagnosis can be earth shattering. While treatments are available, and prostate cancer has a relatively high survival rate, battling the disease is not easy.

According to the Prostate Cancer Foundation, there are about 3 million men living with prostate cancer in the United States alone. It’s the most common non-skin cancer in the country.

If you or a loved one has recently been diagnosed with prostate cancer, the following blogs provide some of the best resources on the web in your search for support and information.

Advanced Prostate Center from Malecare

Advanced Prostate Center from Malecare

Founded in 1997, Malecare is a nonprofit men’s cancer survivor support group with a focus on supporting underserved communities, like cancer survivors who are ethnic minorities or part of the LGBT community. Their Advanced Prostate Cancer program is a great resource for those seeking support groups, educational information, and research developments.

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Invasion of the Prostate Snatchers

Invasion of the Prostate Snatchers

Invasion of the Prostate Snatchers is written by two talented and engaging bloggers — Dr. Mark Scholz, an oncologist who specializes in prostate cancer, and Ralph H. Blum, a cultural anthropologist and author. The duo takes turns posting each week, and they discuss medical issues as well as personal stories. The blog has been so successful that they’ve also published a book with the same clever name.

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Living with Prostate Cancer

Living with Prostate Cancer

Todd Seales was diagnosed with terminal prostate cancer in 2006. He was told he had a year to live. He’s still alive, and now he’s blogging at Living with Prostate Cancer. Seales, who says that prostate cancer has changed his life for the better, blogs about his medical experiences with cancer, and also about what it’s done for him personally. His perseverance is inspiring.

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The ‘New’ Prostate Cancer Infolink

The ‘New’ Prostate Cancer Infolink

In the mid-1990s, the original Prostate Cancer Infolink was a prime source for news and information about treating and preventing prostate cancer. This revamped version was launched in 2008 and has been going strong ever since. The blog provides high-quality information on prostate cancer and developments surrounding it. You can also find worthwhile videos and content specifically curated for the newly diagnosed.

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Our Walk with Stage IV Prostate Cancer

Our Walk with Stage IV Prostate Cancer

Marshall was diagnosed with late-stage prostate cancer in 2012. With his wife, Marilyn, he started this blog to chronicle his journey with the disease. Marshall passed away in 2015, but what remains is a story of tragedy and triumph that Marilyn maintains to this day. The long-running blog is a unique, inspiring glimpse into Marilyn’s life with, and now without, her husband.

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The Palpable Prostate

The Palpable Prostate

At The Palpable Prostate, you’ll find no limit to medical and scientific information as it relates to prostate cancer. Linking to all the latest news and clinical studies, they are the ultimate resource when it comes to staying on top of research and what is being done to treat the disease.

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Prost8Blog

Prost8Blog

Learn about prostate cancer from a man who treats it. Dr. Michael Glode is an oncologist and professor with the University of Colorado Hospital. Equal parts personal and medical, his blog serves up his take on the research and treatment options (including what considerations someone interested in using them should have), as well as roundups of major medical advances, and his reflections on the experiences of patients, past and present.

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Prostate Cancer: Our Journey!

Prostate Cancer: Our Journey!

Daniel Sencier was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2010. His blog was started soon after to keep family and friends abreast of his progress. Now, some six years later, the cancer is gone but the blog lives on. Despite living cancer-free, Daniel continues to write about new developments in prostate cancer research and treatment, as well as his own personal stories. Beyond cancer, you’ll also find poetry and the adventures of an American family living in Thailand.

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Prostate Cancer Foundation’s Blog

Prostate Cancer Foundation’s Blog

The Prostate Cancer Foundation is one of the most well-known prostate cancer nonprofit organizations in the United States. On their New and Noteworthy blog you’ll find everything the organization is up to, as well as personal stories and research news. It’s a great place to stay informed and to learn about what’s happening in the quickly evolving world of prostate cancer prevention, detection, and treatment.

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Yet Another Prostate Cancer Blog

Yet Another Prostate Cancer Blog

Yet Another Prostate Cancer Blog, or YAPCB, was started by a man who faced a prostate cancer diagnosis in 2008. In 2011, he found out that the cancer had spread to his spine. The blog was and is a place for he and other cancer patients to discuss the effects of cancer that are sometimes ignored, including those that are emotional and psychological.

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ZERO: The End of Prostate Cancer

ZERO: The End of Prostate Cancer

It can seem impossible to catch every bit of news about prostate cancer. But ZERO’s prostate cancer news section is a great place to get all caught up. Here you’ll find links to all the latest in prostate cancer coverage, from mainstream news sources to medical journals. The website as a whole is also a great place to connect with regional chapters of the nonprofit, whose primary mission is to end prostate cancer for good.

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Contact us at bestblogs@healthline.com to nominate a blog for next year’s list.