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    Ross wrote on deg's wall

    Just saw your journey which sounds a lot like mine. It's posted on WN. My original diagnosis was about 10 years ago. Standard surgery Feb.'10, followed by 2 months radiation and 4 years hormone therapy including Lupron. Thankfully, feeling good now at 79. Best to all survivors. Love life everyday.
    Ross, a survivor

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    Ross wrote on Oldtimer's wall

    Hey, Oldtimer, just saying I was born more than a year before Pearl Harbor. How about you? So here I am 9 1/2 years after my prostate cancer diagnosis. Things are different than they were, that's a given. I feel blessed to be able to take nourishment, exercise and generally function like a normal person.
    Hang in there. God bless you as you go forward.
    A survivor, Ross

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    Ross wrote on ALyuma's wall

    My diagnosis of prostate cancer was 9 1/2 years ago now when I was 69 1/2. Some of my experiences are posted on What Next. We all have different experiences with our cancers and treatments. Just wishing you the best as you go through this "process".
    A survivor, Ross

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    Ross wrote on Vet1's wall

    Welcome to a "club" we never wanted to be in. But it happens and thus we cope and adjust our lives to a new reality. My "membership" in this Prostate Cancer journey started 9 1/4 years ago. There are numbers of us that are living through and past the treatments. And so many are proud to be called survivors. Wishing you the best as you go through treatments and beyond.
    A survivor, Ross