Archive for the ‘Patient/Survivor’ dishtype


My cancer started with a small swollen area on my lower left side of my neck. I first went to the doctor in mid February 2009. My primary doctor examined me and just thought it might be a pulled muscle. As I did not have any pain or any other symptoms with this. He did not feel any hard mass or lump.



PSA IMPORTANCE My regular Physician who is so thorough with tests ran my PSA test a year ago and was at 4.2. Went to Urologist and he said let’s wait 6 or so months to see if it is still elevated and then do biopsy. It was still elevated and did biopsy to find it […]



JOURNEY In April of 2010 I updated my medical history with my doctor ( Grandfather,father and uncle had prostate cancer). My doctor did a PSA test and it came elevated twice. After a biopsy on my 48th birthday cancer was confirmed. I had a radical prostatectomy in July 2010. I am two years cancer free […]



FORWARD ! I am moving forward. Now almost a full year with good PSA numbers. I continue my regiment of healthy eating and a active lifestyle to combat this disease. I encourage more men to try this approach. Many prayers still going out for all my fellow survivors.



MEMORIAL DAY 2012 Today is Monday, May 28, 2012, Memorial Day. I sit here in a coffee shop making updates to the soon-to-be launched Blue Cure website reflecting on the many blessings of my life. Though the last two years of my life have been less peak and more valley due to my diagnosis and […]