Radiation Treatment for Prostate Cancer Patient Stories

  • James Slade

    James Slade

    Jim Slade wants the world to understand the importance of cancer screenings, especially for prostate and colon cancers. The underlying reason for his concern is that both screenings may have saved his life.

    Read more »
  • Joseph Bove

    Joseph Bove

    When Joseph Bove went to his doctor for his annual physical examination he had his PSA levels checked. After learning that his PSA levels were raised, his doctor ordered a biopsy. At the age of 54, Joe learned he had prostate cancer.

    Read more »
  • John Donahue

    John Donahue

    John Donahue was concerned about prostate cancer. From the time he had surgery for an enlarged prostate, John was always aware of his PSA level (a protein produced by the cells of the prostate gland). Although his levels were within normal range, they were on an upward climb over a period of 3 to 4 years.

    Read more »
  • Hans Fisher

    Hans Fisher

    Hans Fischer is often told he doesn't look his age. This Swiss-born retired chef feels as vital as a much younger man. Which is why, when he found out in September 2010 at the age of 71, that he had prostate cancer, he weighed his options carefully. A biopsy revealed that his prostate had a split personality - one side was in perfect shape, the other side had cancer.

    Read more »
  • John Fitzpatrick

    John Fitzpatrick

    John Fitzpatrick is the kind of guy who likes to weigh all his options. He's also a big believer in preventive medicine, which is one reason he got a PSA test along with his regular physical 5 years ago. A PSA test indicates a man's likliehood of developing prostate cancer. "I wanted to have a baseline," said John, a resident of Langhorne, PA, who celebrated his 62nd birthday in 2010.

    Read more »
More testimonials