We in Men Against Cancer  would like to request men who were treated for Prostate Cancer  to undertake this on-line survey.

Europa Uomo the European coalition for prostate cancer patients has secured funding to arrange  Ydeal an expert in surveys to undertake this survey’

This patient organised Survey is seeking to   conduct a survey on the quality of life men after prostate cancer

The survey will be on-line and anonymous. It will take about 25 minutes to complete.

The survey opened  on the 25th October  and will close on the 23rd December 2021 . Survey details are below

Please take part in this very important survey, to provide important information on the Quality of Life of men treated for Prostate Cancer

Brian Kavanagh

Chairman MAC

Men Against Cancer (MAC) Irish Prostate Cancer Support Group


Information about Europa Uomo’s latest quality of life survey

Europa Uomo is inviting men with prostate cancer in Europe, USA, Canada and Australia to take part in its second quality of life survey, EUPROMS 2.0. This will gather information about the experience of prostate cancer and answer important questions raised after the analysis of the original EUPROMS data.

You can access and complete the survey by clicking the following link


Will the information in the survey be safe and secure?
Absolutely. Individuals’ data cannot be seen by anybody connected with Europa Uomo. The responses will be processed by an independent third party, Ydeal, an expert in surveys of this kind. The data will be anonymised and aggregated to ensure confidentiality. Any links to individuals who completed the survey will be deleted.


Why is this survey so important?
This is an opportunity to gather honest first-hand information from real patients. Using the best established survey methodology and employing independent survey specialists, the information will be used to answer vital questions such as:

  • Is the quality of life of men with prostate cancer better if early detection programmes are in use?
  • Is quality of life better if men are treated in multidisciplinary centres?
  • To what extent does quality of life decline in the later stages, when patients are receiving ADT and chemotherapy?


How will the data be used?
The information collected will enable Europa Uomo and its partners to advocate with decision-makers in Europe. It will inform patients on the wider impacts affecting men with prostate cancer and help them make treatment choices.


How long will it take to complete the survey?
About 25 minutes.


Can I help publicise the survey to others?
Yes – we want as many men who have had prostate cancer to complete the survey as possible. We have produced a downloadable A4 flyer for you to download and print or share online..

If you have any other questions, please contact: