Gogs thought prostate cancer was just an “old man’s” disease – until his diagnosis at age 57. It affects younger people, too.
I always thought prostate cancer was an “old man’s” disease. After all, I didn’t know anyone who had it. And I understood that prostate cancer could affect male erections and urinary control. But I figured that by the time men experienced those issues, they were already too old to care. That is until my diagnosis of prostate cancer at age 57.
To read the article, please visit Prostate Cancer is not just an older man’s disease.
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.