Next PCSO meeting 15 February 2024 – Guest Speaker Dr. Mark Corkum, Radiation Oncologist, The Ottawa Hospital.

Our next regular monthly PCSO meeting will be at the Ottawa Cancer Foundation’s Maplesoft-Jones Centre [MAP] on February 2024, starting at 6:30 pm.  Our guest speaker will be Dr. Mark Corkum, Radiation Oncologist, the Ottawa Hospital.

To attend in person at the Maplesoft-Jones Centre [MAP]

- Please register early at, and ensure that you include the number of attendees in your party. - By email, we’ll either confirm your reservation, or advise you that we’ve reached the Centre’s capacity of 24 persons.

Note: Masks are not mandatory but are recommended in the Maplesoft-Jones Centre

To attend virtually by Zoom

- Please register at the following link - - After registering, you’ll receive an email with instructions for joining the meeting.

Our Guest Speaker Dr. Mark CorkumPortrait of Dr. Corkum

Dr. Corkum is a radiation oncologist at the Ottawa Hospital. His topic for the evening will be –

Salvage therapy - when "Plan A" doesn't work out, what comes next

Please see Dr. Corkum’s full biography at the following link –


Regular PCS Ottawa Meetings

Unless otherwise stated, Prostate Cancer Support Ottawa’s regular meetings take place at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, 930 Watson Street, Ottawa [Map] on the third Thursday of each month except for July and August. There is ample parking at the back of the church.

Our meetings start with a social gathering at 6:30 pm, followed at 7:00 pm with brief business announcements, followed by either a guest speaker or a sharing session.

As most of our meetings are offered in a hybrid format, you also may attend virtually, so watch our website page Meetings and Events or your e-mail inbox for specific joining instructions.

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