Decision point and the Marias River and the Lewis and Clark expedition. What will be the “decision point” in your prostate cancer decision journey?

"The Decision"- For Lewis and Clark So what will do it for you? What will be your "Decision Point?"  For me it was my age (52 ) and my concerns about cure. For you…will it be? Cure Your age Your health Your bias The specifics of your biopsy and PSA Your domestic situation Your work …

How a urologist decided what to do after being told he had prostate cancer.

Factors that a urologist with prostate cancer used to make his " Decision." I am not advising that you make the decision I did. (That is the difference between this book and many others about prostate cancer.) I am advising that you make your decision the way that I did. It has to be done based …

If you don’t know the names, Brawley, Berwick, or the role of the FDA, OCNA, or CMS in the future of Obama’s National Healthcare, you’d better start paying attention. Was Palin right after all?

Otis Brawley The Wit and Wisdom of Don Berwick. Wall Street Journal on Berwick.  Who is Donald Berwick? Meet your new head guy of Medicare and Medicaid. Appointed by your President during a recess and without Congressional debate. Any health care funding plan that is just, equitable, civilized and humane must - must - redistribute wealth …

Lockerbie bomber, prostate cancer, medical records, BP oil, bribes, congress demanding medical history, terrorists, possibly a purposeful missed diagnosis?…..the stuff novels are made of.

Does a "terminal" patient walk up a ramp to big a airplane? I think the concerns and outrage regarding this person's release may have merit. I look forward to seeing the medical records. See post on "androgen refractory prostate cancer" and therein lies the answers.  Terrorist, plane crash, BP oil connections, suspicious release from prison, Libya, …

prostate cancer in jamaica, michael rows the boat ashore, ackee and cultural issues related to the delayed diagnosis of prostate cancer

Michael Row the Boat Ashore Ackee Several years ago I was fortunate to lead a church mission trip to Jamaica that was both medical and construction related. We ended up in Ochos Rios and then from there bused to  a small church that was closely associated with a hospital. Beautiful but impoverished country. At the hospital there was very …