General intro to peer support for men who are recently diagnosed.
I was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in late 2005 at the age of 54. With a PSA of 37.6 and a Gleason score of 7, my options were surgery or conventional radiation therapy at the time.
I underwent successful Radical Prostatectomy surgery in March 2006 and my PSA has been effectively zero from that point onwards.
Contact: 905-458-1812 | email@example.com
Diagnosed in 1999 with advanced, aggressive prostate cancer. Treatment at Princess Margaret Hospital: six months of hormone shots, 38 doses of external beam radiation, followed by an additional five years of hormone shots. Now deemed free of prostate cancer.
Experience: Active Surveillance, Hormone Therapy, Radiation Therapy
Contact: (905) 453-3038 | firstname.lastname@example.org