Welcome to Stay in the Game: Conversations about prostate Cancer with Ed Randall. Here we’ll chat with doctors, researchers, medical professionals, survivors, and others to share and connect. This show was produced and shared by Fans for the Cure, a non-profit dedicated to serving men on their journeys through prostate cancer.
For 35 years, Rick Griffin served as the head athletic trainer of the Seattle Mariners, working nearly 6,000 regular season games and 34 postseason games. A naturally healthy guy who never missed a day of work for sickness, Rick was diagnosed and treated for prostate cancer twice – while his wife underwent treatment for breast cancer at the same time. Rick is now a prostate cancer advocate for the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle.