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This is what I like about WhatNext, it's good to hear about other people that have already beaten cancer and that I can too.

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How often do you guys get an exam?

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Do you ever have to get your Grandkids to help you do techy things? I get embarrassed by some of the things that I can't seem to grasp.

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Do you ever just tell a lie about how you are feeling and how things are going just to keep from talking about it? It seems like the more I talk about it the more it hurts. How about you?

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Has anyone used this product called SpaceOar Hydrogel? It's supposed to prevent collateral damage during prostate radiation.

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I guess since all men have one, it's to be expected to be a common type of cancer. But the danger is that it hides, lies there undetected for years until it's a difficult thing to evict from your body.

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Do you ever think that your doctor doesn't believe you when you call to tell them what's wrong with you?

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I'm not a good speller.

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Do not acknowledge the word defeat.

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I thought this was a pretty cool event, even if it was overseas somewhere. We have these types of things here too.
Wellington's first Bikers In Blue event attracts 200 riders for prostate cancer awareness. Wellington's first Bikers In Blue event got off to a rumbling start, with about 200 riders turning out to raise awareness for prostate cancer.

Raising about $5000 for the cause with a raffle and sausage sizzle, organiser Neil Brocklehurst said it was essential to educate Kiwis about a disease which will affect one in eight men.

The ride began with an address from prostate cancer survivor, Bill Guthrie.
https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/96691230/Wellingtons-first-Bikers-In-Blue-event-attracts-200-riders

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Happy Labor Day to everyone! Enjoy the day!

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People say this to me quite often. And this explains it very simply. We don't have a choice. What do they expect us to do? I'm like Mikey, I "Just Do It"

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