Informed Prostate Cancer Support Group
(619) 890-8447

When is the Next IPCSG Meeting? Where is it?


Our meetings are free and open to everyone, wives, caregivers, brothers, sisters, sons, daughters, partners, friends, men, women and those of you with Prostate Cancer.  Not on the list above, you are welcome too! 

Want to attend the next IPCSG meeting but don't know where or when it is?  

Click the button below for meeting location, time, and who the presenter will be.  

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Researching on your own can be overwhelming

Let us help.  We've been there and we're here to help you.

Our group is comprised of men and women, survivors, newly diagnosed, and people who want more information about Prostate Cancer and options for treating this disease.

Our meetings feature expert speakers that bring us the most current information on research, prevention, and treatment. We have been fortunate to have heard from some of the world’s leading doctors and researchers.


Our monthly meetings are open to everyone and provide support and advice to you, your family and your loved ones.  Click the button below to contact us.

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Stories of Hope


Prostate Cancer is 2 Words, Not a Sentence!

Read the stories of others that have Prostate Cancer, and how they are handling the challenges as well as their successes.     

Stories of Others

Welcome Message From Lyle, President of the IPCSG

Welcome to our website.  You will find lots of helpful information, and most of all, support from men who are battling the same disease you are. 

Arc Men's Health Clinic - Acoustic Wave Therapy for ED

Mitt Kocher, General Manager

Charles Downing, Development Manager

Dr. Dan Keiller, Urologist

ARC Mens Health, in Mission Valley  

At the ARC Mens Health clinic, about 400 men have been treated so far over the past year and a half, with 80% success rate. Typical patient history is that a man has used Viagra, beginning sometime after age 50, accepting the side effects of headaches, blurred vision, flushes, etc. That worked well for a couple of years, but by 4-5 years was becoming ineffective. This is due to poor blood flow. 


Prostate Cancer Foundation  (PCF), a non-profit research organization located in Santa Monica, CA. The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) is the world’s leading philanthropic organization dedicated to funding life-saving cancer research, funding nearly $800 million in research in the last 25 years.

As part of PCF’s educational outreach effort, we have recently developed the Prostate Cancer Patient Guide to connect patients, loved ones and care providers with critical updates, actionable information, and the latest developments from the treatment pipeline, and we would like to offer this guide as a free patient resource.

The Prostate Cancer Patient Guide, compiled with the contributions of top-tier doctors and researchers in prostate cancer, is a must-have resource for prostate cancer patients. It focuses all of the information available about contemporary prostate cancer research, treatment, and lifestyle factors into one consolidated document.

Get Your Copy

image7 is a Web-based resource that provides access to information on publicly and privately supported clinical studies.

Click HERE to get the latest Clinical Trials in San Diego. 

The Importance Of Belonging To A Support Group


Gene Van Vleet, Director of the Informed Prostate Cancer Support Group has written an excellent atricle outlining the reason to belong to a support group.

Read The ARticle

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