Meeting Information

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We meet every third Saturday of the month, January - November

10:00 AM – Noon

(No meeting in December)


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!  No registration, just show up and learn about the most current information on research, prevention, and treatment of Prostate Cancer.


We provide support to you, your family and your loved ones.


10905 Road To the Cure

San Diego, California 92121

Next Meeting

February 15, 2020 - Round Table Member Panel

A panel of members will discuss their experiences, what treatments they choose, how they are doing today, and pass along their lessons learned. Then the group will break-out into sessions by treatment type (Active Surveillance, Surgery, ADT, Radiation, Chemo) for networking. This is when you can get all your questions answered by other members who are currently going through treatment, or have had treatment. All areas related to prostate cancer will also be discussed. 

Future Meetings

MARCH 21 - DR. HSU

Alan John Hsu, MD, is a board-certified psychiatrist who specializes in treating cancer patients struggling with mood and anxiety issues brought on by cancer. He also sees individuals with cancer who have pre-existing mental health challenges. 


APRIL 18 - DR. BHANGOO 

Munveer Bhangoo, MD, is a hematologist and oncologist at the Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center who treats patients with a variety of cancer diagnoses including prostate cancer.  He believes in putting the needs of his patients first. His goal is to provide compassionate, patient-centered care while working to understand the background, personal values and goals of each patient and has a special interest in finding personalized approaches to cancer care based on tumor-specific alterations. 


He works collaboratively with his colleagues at the Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute to clarify the molecular mechanisms underpinning cancer biology with the hope of discovering new therapeutic strategies.