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Guys Don’t Let Guys Get Prostate Cancer

Next Tuesday is the first Tuesday in November, which is Prostate Cancer Awareness Project’s monthly Prostate Cancer Awareness Day. Guys, this month you need to do three things: 1 – Create your free, anonymous PSA tracking account at http://www.ProstateTracker.org 2 … Continue reading

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Why men need to track their PSA tests personally

Prostate Cancer Survivors Speak Their Minds The following excerpt comes from the Prostate Cancer Survivors Speak website – http://www.prostatecancersurvivorsspeak.com Begin Quote Chapter 4: MALCOLM “MAC” OGILVIE Don’t Let Your Health Insurance Kill You! Mac Ogilvie was a colonel in the … Continue reading

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Without PSA Screening, Advanced Prostate Cancer Cases Would Increase Dramatically

A recent study published in WebMD looks at the results of PSA screening and finds that the PSA test has significant reduced the number of men who are diagnosed each year with advanced prostate cancer, the kind that generally kills … Continue reading

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How to slow prostate cancer recurrence

If you are a prostate cancer survivor as I am, 9 years last month, the recurrence of your prostate cancer is an ongoing concern. I test and track my PSA every six months and beginning this month I’ll be tracking … Continue reading

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Why you should have a wingman when you visit your doctor

During part of my military career I was stationed at European Command Headquarters in Germany and traveled frequently to francophone sub-Saharan Africa where I routinely interacted with African military leaders in French. Although I could speak French, I found that … Continue reading

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Day 67 – Richmond, Virginia

The Prostate Cancer Pony Express arrived today at the capitol in Richmond, Virginia. Three Iron Butt Prostate Cancer Pony Express riders brought the dispatch bag and memorial journal from the governor’s office in North Carolina. The riders delivered a letter … Continue reading

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Why Young Men Need to Have an Annual Prostate Cancer Test

Here’s Keith Wegen’s Story – It Happens So Often “At the age of 44 years old I was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Before I was diagnosed, I knew something was wrong with my health and visited the doctor for frequent … Continue reading

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