Intimacy and sex: The unspoken casualties of cancer Feb 17, 2007
Men talk about diagnosis, treatment, side effects and concerns about recurrence ... and share inspiration.
"At age 39, a doctor told me I was too young for prostate cancer. But I wasn't. Now I'm living with treatment side effects."
Molly Sower Sugarman:"Rain Tasters" (love poems )Damon Phinney: Riding the Rockies
Maynard Berkowitz: What Makes A Man
Gary Elgort I Will Read Your Words Too Gary, diagnosed in his early 40s, chose surgery.
David Nawrocki: Living In the Nanosecond: My Prostate Cancer Clock
Burns Mixon: A Hundred Men
Wendy Dyer: Men Need to Know About Prostate Cancer
Charlie Gould: Mother's Day
Ludwick and Marija Papaurelis
Architect Ludwick Papaurelis designed the prostate cancer laboratory Montreal General Hospital. Québec. He did not expect that he himself would be diagnosed with this same disease several years later. Read Ludwick's story:
And from Ludwick's wife and partner Marija Papaurelis, read:
Eat to Beat Prostate Cancer Cookbook Author: David Ricketts; Buy New: $12.97
A Primer on Prostate Cancer: The Empowered Patient's Guide
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