April 2, 2021
What do you wish others knew about living with prostate cancer?
April 11, 2021
April 22, 2021
Living with prostate cancer is not something that anyone plans to have. It is a barricade that was thrown into the road and blind sighted you. Know that you are the person driving the car and you have the ability to maneuver around that barricade the way you see fit. You can choose which direction you want to go in. Prostate cancer is a slow moving cancer! Cancer is not a death sentence. Gather and utilize support groups to keep your mental stimulation high and positive. Research ALL avenues of treatment because each man's journey may be different. Allow yourself to feel any and all emotions you may have.
April 30, 2021
When caught PCa it is very treatable. The trouble is the early warning signs (if any) are so subtle and easy to miss. Issues arise when men do not get routine check-ups And yes if you are diagnosed by all means do not panic. You have time to look into all avenues of care should a biopsy reveal the presence of prostate cancer. ... Dennis (ProstateCancer.net TEAM)
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April 27, 2021
May 1, 2021
April 28, 2021
What I suggest to newly diagnosed men is
A) We are not immortal and you are not going to die from this any time soon
B) Take a deep breadth and look at treatment options - speak up & ask lots of questions
C) Face the fact – life after a cancer diagnosis (treatment) will be different.
D) Learn to roll with life's ups and downs
E) Don't live in a constant state of fear