Support plays a very important part in adjusting to living with the after-effects of cancer treatment.  It is necessary not just for patients but for those close to them too.  Support covers access to information, identification of appropriate medical help, financial advice, contact with others who have shared experiences, and sometimes just a shoulder to cry on.

Online Community

We are delighted to say that the PRDA online community is now live!  Share your own experiences, ask questions, and learn from others.

Chat Together

Alongside our online community, we’re now running a virtual support group where people can share their experience of Pelvic Radiation Disease in a supportive and informal group. The ‘chat together’ sessions are held regularly on Zoom, typically on a Wednesday at 7pm (GMT). We’d love to see you there so if you’d like to join us please drop us a message at . You can join the virtual chat using a smartphone, tablet or computer with an internet connection.


We are currently running a call back service, please leave a message with your name and contact number on 0800 121 6811 and we will call you back as soon as possible.









PRDA is a member of Helplines Partnership – this means we have met the relevant criteria to become part of the membership.

Annual Conference

PRDA hosts an annual conference which involve talks from medical experts in PRD, with the chance to ask them questions and also to chat with the other attendees.

To find out what other support is available in your area you can search on:

Support Groups

As well as the virtual meetings we run a local support group in Kingston upon Thames.  We are keen to establish groups in other parts of the country, and if you would like to be involved with this please contact us.


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Modified: 14th June 2021