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“Cancer Activism” – a Must Read

Why Prostate Cancer Languishes If you are a prostate cancer survivor, someone working in the advocacy field, or a family member, you may have asked yourself why prostate cancer, with its larger annual new case toll, seems to neglected in … Continue reading

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The Long Road Back

It’s Never Easy to Stay Disciplined 48 days and 8,572.9 miles on a motorcycle provides a lot of time for contemplation.  I don’t remember everything I thought of during that time, but I did once again ponder what levers of … Continue reading

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Seeing Is Believing

Why Seeing is Believing We all process huge quantities of information every day.  That information relates to the business or profession we work in and our personal lives, such as investment information, financial obligations, our children’s school performance, and even … Continue reading

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Is Your Prostate Cancer One of the Killer Varieties?

New Techniques are on the Near-Term Horizon Melinda Beck, WSJ, just published an excellent article in the Wall Street Journal about innovations in prostate cancer categorization [http://bit.ly/bLz5S8]. Easing the Dilemma Over Testing My takeaway from the new techniques discussed in … Continue reading

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