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A new FDA-approved imaging technique for prostate cancer locates cancer lesions in the pelvic area to which the tumors have migrated.
It looks like we dodged another bullet. The fun never stops, does it?
Things have evolved pretty quickly. First, the non-existent pain in my cancerous rib went from zero to 60 in the middle of a game of golf.
I have been incredibly fortunate to be on a medication for six years and nine months with no growth until recently.
If we had listened to my general oncologist, we would have abandoned ship. But now we’re doing the happy dance!
It’s been quite some time since I posted anything. Frankly, this somewhat troubled me. But recently a couple of thoughts came to mind.
I hoped the first sign of “growth” in one of my tumors was a measurement error, but the PET scan told me that I’m not fooling anyone.
David de Wilde works to spread awareness of testicular cancer in Belgium.
Heidi Yates, who has chronic lymphocytic leukemia, has the grit it takes to fight for a good life with chronic blood cancer.
The vaccination side effect is harmless and temporary, but for people living with cancer, it can lead to unneeded tests and worry.
Steven Crocker works to be an example for others who may be facing testicular cancer.
In the midst of his testicular cancer journey, Anthony Mastrogiulio found his cancer family.
Brett Hoffland shared his testicular cancer journey with his TV news station.
This is a repost of what I wrote about Breast Cancer Awareness last year, with a few more rants...I mean additions.
Jay Elwell wrote a book called Rotten Fruit in the aftermath of his testicular cancer experience to process and pay it forward.
Finding an unusual lump in your armpit can be alarming — but most of the time, it’s not something to be overly concerned about.
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