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Category Archives: Prostate Cancer News
One of the most well-known Buddhist teachings is this: Life is suffering. Birth, death, sorrow, pain, grief are all – according to Buddha – forms of great suffering, universal suffering. And how would our bodies interpret this so-called suffering? Well, … Continue reading
Cancer is a scary word to anyone. However, there are different forms and rates of prevalence of each type of cancer. While prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in existence today and the second leading cause of cancer … Continue reading
Thanks to the Prostate Cancer Pony Express and its stop in Phoenix, the governor of Arizona has declared September, 2012 to be Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. The AAA sign in this photo reminds us of one of the facets of … Continue reading
One week ago today, the memoir of Johnny Ramone, New Jersey born and bred, was finally published. He died of Prostate Cancer September 15, 2004 after struggling with the disease for almost 5 years. On June 18, 2004, he and … Continue reading
Batman & Robin battled human suffering caused by crime in Gotham (another name for New York City). PCAP battles human suffering caused by Prostate Cancer.
PCAP’s Prostate Cancer Pony Express, raising Awareness everywhere it goes, has arrived at Arizona’s State Capitol in Phoenix. The riders started the 82-leg relay in Florida. It will pass through all 50 states, with the Prostate Cancer Awareness Message Bag being … Continue reading
There are many diseases which have plagued mankind since the beginning of time. For many of these, cures, preventive vaccines and effective avoidance techniques have been developed . For others, the battle continues. In 1983, I was working at Hollywood … Continue reading
I have a friend who is an estate-planning attorney. He moved to a fancy new office two weeks ago and I was unable to attend the grand opening. Yesterday I stopped by for a visit.
My wife has one of them new-fangled “hybrid” cars. We’ll leave the specific company name out of it. Now- my mechanic, whom I love, in a very manly way, has made it clear to me that oil changes need to … Continue reading
Did you see the Dr. Oz Show last Monday? The good doctor emphasized the importance of keeping track of one’s numbers. Specifically: