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by Larry Axmaker

Category: Diseases and Physical Ailments
Subcategory: Health, Diets and Fitness
Author: Larry Axmaker
ISBN: 0985464720
ISBN13: 978-0985464721
Language: English
Publisher: Larry Axmaker (April 9, 2012)
Pages: 158
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Larry Axmaker says he ha. Real men do get prostate cancer, and they should get this book too. It’s funny, irreverent, yet packed with helpful information for every step along the journey to survival, recovery, and a good quality of life. com/?book 0985464720.

The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

Prostate cancer will change your life. A little knowledge, a positive approach, and a sense of humor can make a difference in your survival and the quality of your life. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

Prostate cancer will change your life Real Men Get Prostate Cancer Too : The Information You Want Your Doctor to Tell You but You're Too Scared to Ask. by Larry W. Axmaker. Real Men Get Prostate Cancer Too : The Information You Want Your Doctor to Tell You but You're Too Scared to Ask.

Start by marking Real Men Get Prostate Cancer Too as Want to Read . I have written two related books

Start by marking Real Men Get Prostate Cancer Too as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I have written two related books. I am mostly retired from a 45 year career of university teaching, clinical psychology, I am a prostate cancer survivor. I was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2003.

5 Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Prostate Cancer Surgery . Prostate cancer is the most common cancer and second most common cause of death from cancer in men. It also may be the most confusing disease to manage because there are so many ways to treat it, and the studies needed to determine which treatment is best have not been done. Consequently, men are subject to the opinions and biases of the doctor treating them. Prostate Cancer: Finding the Help You Need.

With one in two Australians diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85 it pays to know which symptoms you should .

With one in two Australians diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85 it pays to know which symptoms you should be looking out for - and when you're most likely to see them. From contracting cervical cancer in your 20s to prostate or liver cancer in your 60s and 70s, these are the cancerous growths to be aware of as you age. IN YOUR 20s TO 30s.

My doctor's exact words were, 'You’ve got cancer . He's especially proud to tell his story every September, during Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

My doctor's exact words were, 'You’ve got cancer, and it’s f king aggressive. He's especially proud to tell his story every September, during Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Although two-thirds of men diagnosed with prostate cancer are 65 or older, the risk of getting it at a younger age significantly increases if you have a family history of prostate cancer or are a man of color. It's really affecting us at a younger age, and the younger you are, the more aggressive the cancer is," Custer says.

When you’re told you have cancer, it can be a shock and you might find it difficult to. .If you've been diagnosed with prostate cancer you will probably see a number of different health professionals at different points in your care

When you’re told you have cancer, it can be a shock and you might find it difficult to take everything in and cope with the information. Thinking about your cancer and possible treatments can be stressful and you may have lots of questions. You may feel anxious about the future and how having prostate cancer will affect your life and your loved ones. If you've been diagnosed with prostate cancer you will probably see a number of different health professionals at different points in your care. They will help diagnose and treat your prostate cancer and help you with the physical and emotional side effects.

I once read in the book ‘What Doctors Don’t Tell You’ By Lynn McTaggart that the outcome for men with prostate cancer who have .

I once read in the book ‘What Doctors Don’t Tell You’ By Lynn McTaggart that the outcome for men with prostate cancer who have treatment is no different from men having no treatment. The doctor should at least ask why and you should explain it. If your explanation is logical then the doctor should accept it. If if isn’t, then your doctor probably should make an effort to convince you that your opinion is wrong. But going crazy is not part of the equation.

Cancer isn’t really funny, of course, but a little knowledge, a positive approach, and a sense of humor can make a difference in your survival and your quality of life. Larry Axmaker says he has never believed that ignorance is bliss—except in politics and how sausages are made. That’s why he shares his story of hope and help with the millions of men who, like himself, would much rather ignore any health issues but were jolted into the reality of the cancer world with four scary words, “You have prostate cancer.” Real men do get prostate cancer, and they should get this book too. It’s funny, irreverent, yet packed with helpful information for every step along the journey to survival, recovery, and a good quality of life. Inside This Book -You have options: In the 21st century a man with prostate cancer has a better chance of survival, and a better quality of life than his father or grandfather had. -What is the number ONE risk factor for getting prostate cancer? And you can’t do a damn thing about it except... -Prostate cancer often progresses slowly and can take years to become life-threatening. So why even bother to treat it?
Comments to eBook Real Men Get Prostate Cancer Too: Second Edition: The Information You Want Your Doctor to Tell You But You're Too Scared to Ask
Zeli
Clearly I am not an objective observer - the author is my father - but this is an essential book for any man who has a family history of prostate cancer, and pretty useful to those without a family history as well, because it confronts the uncomfortable questions with simple, straight answers about the state of diagnosing prostate cancer, treatment options, what the odds are at present and what's being looked at for the future. Amazing how much has changed already since the first book. And I'll admit right up front: I'm getting my annual exams, no matter how uncomfortable they are.
Gashakar
Even if they have the plague, men will avoid doctors. That's why books like this are so important for conveying that vital information men and those who love them want to know about prostate cancer. There's plenty of good news about treatment and outcome, and Larry Axmaker takes a light-hearted but serious look at the current state of the condition. Well worth reading and makes a thoughtful gift, especially for newly diagnosed.
Rarranere
The cover of this book looks funny and you might think this is a cartoon book. Indeed, there are more cartoons inside. Yet, this is actually a serious and very informative book. The author, a mature psychologist-educator and survivor of prostate cancer, shares with the reader not only his own experience as a patient but also a lot of objective information about prostate cancer and its treatments. As high number of male adults would sooner or later get prostate cancer, this book can help every male person and his family getting prepared to encounter the invader and learn how to live with the unwelcomed guest in peace.
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