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Men's Health

Prostate Cancer 101: What You Need to Know, What to Do, and When to Do It
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in American men; roughly 1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with it. Dr. Brooks offers important, practical information, including screening, for men about this all-too-common disease. Read More ›

Putting the Word “Care” Back into Our Caregivers
Joe Bullock describes the love and support he received from his wife, who was his caregiver, after his stage IIIB colorectal cancer diagnosis, and how therapy and opening up helped his recovery. Read More ›

The Burden of Financial Toxicity for LGBTQ People with Cancer
Mr. Terrell discusses the unique barriers to care faced by the LGBTQ community, from fear of discrimination to health insurance problems and negative experiences with healthcare providers. Read More ›

How My Metastatic Lung Cancer Diagnosis Struck a New Chord in Me
When singer-songwriter Josh Colow started losing weight, feeling nauseous, and had a fever that wouldn’t go away, the last thing on his mind was lung cancer. Find out how his devastating diagnosis changed his attitude and perspective. Read More ›

The Impact of Cancer on Male Sexuality: A Conversation with Anne Katz, PhD, RN, FAAN
Sexuality counselor Anne Katz offers her expertise and advice for male patients with cancer who have sexual issues and relationship challenges as a result of their diagnosis. Read More ›

My Pancreatic Cancer Journey
Michael Bailey, SHRM-CP, went through denial and fear when he was first diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, and finally found inspiration in Bob Marley’s words on his way to perseverance. This is his story. Read More ›

Retired Submariner, Quilter, and Prostate Cancer Thriver: Putting the Pieces of My Life Back Together
Denis Finnegan, EdD, a retired U.S. Navy officer, recalls his fear of being diagnosed with and undergoing treatment for prostate cancer, and mustering the courage to tell his wife. This experience changed his world. Read More ›

My Colon Cancer Journey: Finding New Passion in Survivorship
After ignoring his abdominal pain and blood in his stool because of family stresses, Joe Bullock finally had a colonoscopy done at the urging of his wife. A stage III colon cancer diagnosis and the support he received from other patients provided new insights. Read More ›

Providing Men a New, Safer Way of Diagnosing Prostate Cancer
Dr. Matthew Allaway is a testicular cancer survivor and a practicing urologist. He describes a new procedure he created to ease the difficulty of diagnosing prostate cancer, the most common cancer among men in the United States. Read More ›

Why Men with Cancer Don’t Seek Support: Fear of Vulnerability and Lack of Power
Many men hide their emotions and vulnerability in an effort to maintain a sense of manliness or power, but suffering in silence can have drastic implications for men’s health and make cancer treatment more difficult. Read More ›

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