Prostate Cancer Study

COMPASS (Comprehensive Prostate Cancer Assessment of Sexual Health in MSM) is a research study being conducted by the University of British Columbia and British Columbia Cancer Agency.  Our goal is to create a clinical and research questionnaire for sexual well-being in men-who-have-sex-with-men (MSM) with prostate cancer.

MSM who have received treatment for prostate cancer and are under 75 years of age will be eligible to participate in COMPASS.  By completing a 25 minutes survey at, participants have a one in ten chances to win $50.

The study team includes members of the MSM community and understands the sensitive nature of the study.

If you want more information about this study or know someone who might be interested in participating, please contact us at

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