Paul H.

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About Paul H.

Two weeks after 9/11, my dad was feeling pain in his prostate to the point where he needed to go to Albert Einstein main hospital in Philadelphia. He got checked out and while that happened, he said he didn’t want to go through with any operation. The test came back that he had stage 1 prostate cancer and told us they needed to call the chief of oncology, who had a vacation day that day, to rush in and perform the radical prostatectomy. I convinced my dad this was serious and he needed to have it done. Fortunately, he did, the surgery was a complete success, and he lived almost 12 years afterward until his passing at age 72, I’m glad he saw the light, and I am in the debt of Einstein’s staff for going the extra mile to take care of my dad.

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