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Receiving a cancer diagnosis is difficult for any man to endure. Navigating treatment options, dealing with financial strain, and facing emotional recovery are intimidating hurdles. Advanced prostate cancer survivors, and often their partners, face the additional challenge of the most common side effect of any prostate cancer treatment: erectile dysfunction (ED). The post Erectile Dysfunction: What to Expect and How to Manage It appeared first on ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer .
The prostate cancer mortality rate is at its lowest point in history. According to new data from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and reported by the American Cancer Society, the mortality rate has fallen 28 percent over the last decade. The post New Prostate Cancer Stats: Five Absolute “Must-Knows” appeared first on ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer .
“Why does it take so long?” That is the question Carl Larsen was asking himself. As a prostate cancer patient going through treatment, Carl knew he would face some challenges. He was expecting he might face side effects from his treatment including fatigue. As an endurance athlete preparing for another Chicago marathon, he was doing... Read More. The post Running, Red Tape, and Radiation: A Patient’s Perseverance appeared first on ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer .
In the fall of 2017 Mark Kramsky heard those dreadful words: “You have prostate cancer.” After his initial diagnosis, Mark needed no time at all to take action. Soon after, Mark had his prostate removed and began his lengthy recovery with his supporting wife, Karon, by his side. The post Miles for Mike appeared first on ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer .

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