Faces of Prostate Cancer
Prostate cancer affects millions of men and their families. Survivors features survivors and family members who have been confronted with this disease. Personal stories are shared to provide hope and comfort for others in their own journey with cancer.
Sherry Galloway's husband and son both were both diagnosed with prostate cancer. After her son lost his battle, Sherry Galloway became an advocate for prostate cancer research.
Dana Jennings, an editor for The New York Times, was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2008, and decided to share his story with his readers.
After being diagnosed with prostate cancer, Emerson Knowles decided to change his own lifestyle by dedicating himself to healthy eating and regular exercise. Seven marathons later, his radical prostatectomy has clearly not slowed him down at all.
Although a man’s disease, the effects of prostate cancer can affect the women in their lives. Kara Deschenes shares the story of her husband’s diagnosis and their experiences overcoming the disease.
When World Series-winning manager Joe Torre was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1999, his wife Ali set out to learn all she could about fighting—and beating—the disease together.
If you go see this R&B legend in concert, you can expect to hear hits from his days with The Gap Band—along with an important message about preserving your health.
When Lance Wain’s father was diagnosed with prostate cancer 17 years ago, the future was frightening and uncertain. Thanks to research, three generations of Wains are still together today.