What’s it going to take to prevent patients presenting with prostate cancer too late to cure?


Increased awareness and early detection is the name of the game for any cancer.

Prostate Diaries

The above picture was taken last year almost to the day in Orange Beach, Alabama. I remember the day vividly. My wife and I went to the beach and for almost every minute of the day construction vehicles were working and making noise just outside our condominium. It was comical how loud and persistent the noise and activity was. BP was paying money for the clean up and Orange Beach was using every penny of it looking for tar balls. We would see workers shift sand all day and from what we could tell from our balcony and on our walks very little was being found. It looked very “governmental to me.”

Anyway, just before I had left Gainesville a patient who had been diagnosed with prostate cancer with a high Gleason score had had a bone scan. I was concerned about it. The patient and his wife became “office…

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