On the subject of younger men being affected, those under 40, with so many cancer illnesses now about one thing that could be bought to their attention is sperm freezing? This may also affect older men, men who have not started a family or who wish to add to an existing family, or want to insure that if their current relationship heads due south, they have the potential and possibility for children with a new partner in due course.
I think I read some years in the media, more than a suggestion, a clinical case being put, for all men to consider sperm freezing, just in case? Can not recall the age. Is it realistic or scaremongering to consider the possibility that with the increased rate of PCa affecting younger and younger men, the natural lineage of many families may be threatened if sperm is not preserved? Should men from 30 plus consider freezing sperm? I think it would be a good idea.
This is not exclusively a "younger man" issue, although it may affect younger men proportionately more than older men purely in numbers affected? Or it may not.
StevePW - you may wish to add the topic of "sperm freezing" to your list?
Oh, and has anyone told you about willie shortening? Apparently men lose up to an inch after a operation, some more some less. I was only told about that on this forum after I had had my op. Now why did no one tell me this? But, it would not have changed my treatment choice. However, there are some men who do not start out with much who this may affect quite badly, and that may influence their choice? A friend of mine told me of a man she knew that was about 4 inches erect. To lose 25% might be more than he would think acceptable?
As for younger men, if we are talking generational segregation, I would be okay I think, at age 58, to contribute to the anywhere from 45 years to 73 years old age band?
Started this post at 0845 this morning, got distracted during the day, so finishing it now at 1841 UK time.
Good luck with your objective. I do hope that as you continue your campaign you can get more people involved, and exclude fewer?