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10/14/2016

My Prostate Cancer Story: Craig Gillmore

Craig Gilmore was legendary personality at his company. A software developer with a quiet and unassuming nature, he was a beloved center of social life, often organizing events and coordinating outings. He was also known for something unusual, and to many, impossible: he lived his life completely car free. Craig. Read More

10/14/2016

My Prostate Cancer Story: Robert Cunningham

How far would you go to protect yourself and your family? What if it was a matter of life and death? And what if the answer was a simple exam? Like many, Robert Cunningham of Richmond, Virginia would do just about anything for his family. When he lost his grandfather. Read More

10/13/2016

My Prostate Cancer Story: Brian Custer

“Do you want to live or do you want to die?” That’s a question Brian Custer asks men, especially African-American men, when they aren’t sure whether to get checked for prostate cancer. Read More

10/13/2016

My Prostate Cancer Story: Muhit Rahman

“It’s always life-altering to hear that you have cancer. Until you get that news, you don’t have cancer. And then all of a sudden, you do.” Read More

10/07/2016

Guys: Don’t Put it Off Like I Did. Get Checked!

While each patient’s battle with prostate cancer is an individual one, my experience is hardly unique. My story began 4 years ago, back in 2011, when my wife Susan literally begged me to see a doctor for a physical exam. At the time, I was dismissive—even incredulous at this suggestion—even though 2 of my close relatives, my. Read More

06/27/2008

Ali Torre

When legendary New York Yankees manager Joe Torre was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1999, there was an outpouring of sympathy and support from his fans, players and friends. But it was his wife Ali who was by his side through it all. “It really is a journey together, with. Read More

06/27/2008

The Jones Family Legacy

One of the greatest risk factors for prostate cancer is family history—whether it is a father, grandfather, uncle, son or brother with the disease, the likelihood if facing with a diagnosis doubles. This risk is further increased if the cancer was diagnosed in a family member at a younger age,. Read More

06/27/2008

Dana Jennings

For nearly 30 years, Dana Jennings, an editor for The New York Times, has written articles that recount the lives and events of people--occasionally during their time of crisis. His aim has been to inform the public about the world that surrounds them. However, when Dana was diagnosed with prostate. Read More