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So bit of background, diagnosed at 46, however abnormal PSA from first test at 44. G9 (5+4). Treated successfully with surgery alone. I now wonder what could possibly have contributed to my cancer? No family history, extremely fit, was a world ranked long distance runner until 38yo, and was a high level cyclist at time of diagnosis. I felt invincible to chronic illness and got a real shock. I know sometimes stuff just happens and it could be unique to my gene combination from my parents etc, but the one thing that I would fault about my lifestyle was my diet. I had a very high sugar diet. When training twice a day and much of it at high intensity, I felt that I needed sugar for energy and recovery. Just out of curiosity did anyone else, esp.

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