“In his case, I believe he made the right decision.” Gogs talks about his father’s decision not to undergo prostate cancer treatment due to his age and life expectancy.
At the time of my prostate cancer diagnosis, I had no family history. And none of my living relatives could recall a single case of prostate cancer in the family. However, that all changed after my diagnosis. To my surprise, 22 months after my diagnosis, my dad also had a prostate cancer diagnosis. And that diagnosis came just one day before his 85th birthday.
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I’m grateful for the opportunity to share my prostate cancer diagnosis and lessons learned. You can read all my article posts under Articles.
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