Prostate Cancer and How Not to Make Decisions

“When in shock, it’s not a good idea to make decisions. Especially life-altering decisions.” Gogs shares why it’s important to know all the facts before deciding on a treatment.

In this article, I share my thoughts on how NOT to make a treatment decision. After hearing my prostate cancer diagnosis, I immediately thought the worst and made a quick decision. On reflection, I needed time to recover from the shock of diagnosis before rushing into treatment. When in shock, it’s not a good idea to make decisions. Especially life-altering decisions.

To read the article, please visit Prostate Cancer and How Not to Make a Decision.


I’m proud to be a content contributor for Health Union. You can read all my published articles on ProstateCancer.net under Gogs’ Articles and my guest post in the Community Spotlight.

If you’re newly diagnosed with prostate cancer and live in Canada 🇨🇦 please request a free Reef Knot Kit from Prostate Cancer Foundation BC. Each kit contains a copy of my book, Prostate Cancer Strikes: Navigating the Storm. For more details, please read the Announcement in my local paper.

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