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Why Are Men in Their 20s and 30s Getting Prostate Cancer?

Why Are Men in Their 20s and 30s Getting Prostate Cancer?

Commented Sep 16, 2013 at 00:51:04 in Healthy Living

“I agree, my diagnosis woke me up... thanks for taking time to write a comment. I appreciate it.”

h lance on Sep 17, 2013 at 16:44:14

“You are welcome.”
The Power of 'Blue' to Fight Prostate Cancer

The Power of 'Blue' to Fight Prostate Cancer

Commented Oct 7, 2012 at 12:50:50 in Impact

“thank you for your comment!”
The Power of 'Blue' to Fight Prostate Cancer

The Power of 'Blue' to Fight Prostate Cancer

Commented Oct 7, 2012 at 12:50:35 in Impact

“thank you. appreciate the support!”
Using Facebook in the 'War on Cancer' (VIDEO)

Using Facebook in the 'War on Cancer' (VIDEO)

Commented Oct 6, 2012 at 18:56:10 in Impact

“Thank you, Dr. Shah! Appreciate all the encouragement and support. Thank you being on the front lines and for all you do to make a difference in the lives of so many. - Gabe”
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Fight Cancer With Facebook

Commented May 3, 2012 at 20:12:27 in Healthy Living

“thank you for the comment. appreciate all you're doing...you're making a difference!”
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Fight Cancer With Facebook

Commented May 3, 2012 at 20:11:33 in Healthy Living

“thank you for the kind words, John! I appreciate all you share about your journey and what you contribute to the conversation. it makes a difference.”
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Fight Cancer With Facebook

Commented May 3, 2012 at 20:09:49 in Healthy Living

“thanks for your comment!”
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Fight Cancer With Facebook

Commented May 3, 2012 at 20:09:35 in Healthy Living

“thank you for sharing and for what you're doing to make a difference!”
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Fight Cancer With Facebook

Commented May 3, 2012 at 01:16:45 in Healthy Living

“thank you for your kind and encouraging words, Bruce. I hope people find the resources they need to get through their cancer journey. social media is allowing for people to connect and support one another...it's great!”
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Prostate Cancer Prevention Begins When Men Are Boys

Commented Apr 17, 2012 at 14:46:24 in Healthy Living

“thank you, Shalin. Appreciate all you do to give your patients hope, and to educate men and women on healthier living...you make a difference in people's lives.”
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Fight Prostate Cancer With Meatless Monday

Commented Mar 24, 2012 at 15:41:27 in Healthy Living

“thanks for your comment. small changes make a big difference and hopefully going meatless one day a week will lead some to make that two days a week, and so on.”
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Why Men Should Consider an Integrative Approach to Prostate Cancer (Part I)

Commented Mar 7, 2012 at 02:17:08 in Healthy Living

“Thanks for your comment.

...and no need to apologize for the 'rant'...appreciate it!

Best,

Gabe”
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Why Men Should Consider an Integrative Approach to Prostate Cancer (Part I)

Commented Mar 6, 2012 at 18:53:14 in Healthy Living

“As always, thanks for your comments and support. Appreciate it, Bruce.”
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Why Men Should Consider an Integrative Approach to Prostate Cancer (Part I)

Commented Mar 6, 2012 at 02:13:10 in Healthy Living

“Did you read this piece? It states at the top, "could cancer patients undergoing CONVENTIONAL treatment while COMBINING complementary therapies and a comprehensive lifestyle approach to their health reach a BETTER outcome?"”

wolfgangmo on Mar 6, 2012 at 11:25:01

“Gabe. Don't bother.

The evidence based drones only seem to know how to moo "woo" and then apply red herrings and ad hominem to the conversation.

That said, good article. And I say that as the manager of a busy practice that sees many cancer patients who actually read the article and COMPREHENDED what he was reading.

Sorry for the rant. I need some coffee. http://30.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lsz4r8rxPh1qkh32xo1_400.jpg
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CyberKnife? 5 Questions on Prostate Cancer With Dr. Jonathan Haas

Commented Feb 29, 2012 at 16:31:20 in Healthy Living

“Thanks for your comment, Bruce.”
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CyberKnife? 5 Questions on Prostate Cancer With Dr. Jonathan Haas

Commented Feb 29, 2012 at 00:05:17 in Healthy Living

“Appreciate your feedback Linda. Thank you for reposting and retweeting. It's important to continue to get as much info as we can out there...I want men and their families to consider all options before making a treatment decision. Best, Gabe”
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'Celts for Blue Cure' to Fight Prostate Cancer -- Will Other Schools Follow?

Commented Feb 23, 2012 at 01:37:40 in Impact

“Thank you, Bruce. Appreciate your encouragement and support. We need to keep pushing this message and with your help I know we will reach more students, change lives and make a difference.”
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'Celts for Blue Cure' to Fight Prostate Cancer -- Will Other Schools Follow?

Commented Feb 23, 2012 at 01:33:54 in Impact

“thank you, Jeff. please help me spread the word and share this article. Appreciate it!”
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Presidential Politics and 'The War on Cancer'

Commented Jan 7, 2012 at 02:29:45 in Healthy Living

“absolutely, he's running for re-election. the point of my piece is we've had I believe 16 debates and no discussion of this very serious issue. my hope is this question gets asked, discussed and debated in the primaries and of course in a general election debate, but we have to continue to raise the issue with the media so it is asked. thanks for your comment.”

bradley996 on Jan 10, 2012 at 13:20:10

“And the sitting President has had three years to make this a prominent cause, one he supports with more than words. In this case we even lack this much from him. The same goes for his predecessors.

As for the group who currently call themselves candidates, it’s a waste of time to ask them because as they are proving on a daily basis, they will say ANYTHING to get elected.

Gabe I think this is a good piece but should be directed at the President and whoever the Repub's have left standing. The questions you pose need to be asked at a Presidential debate, not these off-Broadway farces the right is putting on.”
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Why You Should 'Go Blue!' to Fight Prostate Cancer

Commented Sep 9, 2011 at 12:00:35 in Healthy Living

“thank you for your continuous support Bruce! Together we can and we will make a difference.”
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Why You Should 'Go Blue!' to Fight Prostate Cancer

Commented Sep 9, 2011 at 11:22:29 in Healthy Living

“My internist sent me to urologist because I had tested for low testosterone. I went to a urologist and my low T was confirmed through a blood test, but the lab at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston had tested for PSA, which was not ordered. I was notified weeks later and asked over the phone to retest. I had no idea about a PSA, what it was, about the test, what it meant, etc...So I went back weeks later, retested and numbers went up.”

Edward Wilkes on Sep 11, 2011 at 21:11:12

“You still need an exam through your rectal, first by the doctor sticking his finger in, to feel your prostrate, then you would need the long needle put up there, to extract up to eleven specimens. This happened to me. I was then operated on in June 2007.”
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Why You Should 'Go Blue!' to Fight Prostate Cancer

Commented Sep 9, 2011 at 11:05:57 in Healthy Living

“sorry you feel it's 'silly' Karl, but it actually spurs discussion. having Houston City Hall lit BLUE for a week and the resulting media attention spurred discussion, and action. when I was diagnosed at age 35 I knew nothing about prostate cancer and there weren't any campaigns targeting my demo ...so it's important to me that I find ways to reach a broader segment of the population and encourage people to 'go Blue' which means to light blue, discuss prostate cancer and take action.
- Gabe”
An Open Letter to the NFL: Why We <em>Can't</em> Neglect Prostate Cancer

An Open Letter to the NFL: Why We Can't Neglect Prostate Cancer

Commented Nov 13, 2010 at 11:52:56 in Home

“When watching football on television, you could raise the same objection with advertising or stadium signage? You could say the same, 'Why can't we just watch football without thinking of Nike, Bud, etc...' Sure, those advertising dollars allow you to watch the game but the goal is to influence your purchasing decisions...and it works.

The NFL supports national causes and in each market, teams engage in community outreach. It works both ways; its raises awareness and money towards causes and it's good business for the NFL.

Please feel free to join me on facebook with other advocates, researchers and survivors.
http://www.facebook.com/BeatProstateCancer
An Open Letter to the NFL: Why We <em>Can't</em> Neglect Prostate Cancer

An Open Letter to the NFL: Why We Can't Neglect Prostate Cancer

Commented Nov 13, 2010 at 11:37:21 in Home

“I agree with you April. Sadly there are some who don't give a damn till it happens to them or a loved one. I was one of those people. However now I want to make up for that, raise awareness and make a difference.

Please feel free to join me on facebook with other advocates, researchers and survivors. http://www .facebook. com/BeatPr ostateCanc er”
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