Guest Post – Living Your Life with Stage IV Prostate Cancer

The following is a guest post from a participant of the Malecare Health Unlocked Advanced Prostate Cancer Online Support Group. I would like to share my ideas for coping with stage 4 prostate cancer. Hoping one or two points may encourage others to think about how they may find a better way cope with their [...]

A Healthy and Happy Thanksgiving Day Each Day of the Year

To all of my American readers and anyone else who celebrates, I wish you a healthy and happy Thanksgiving.  To those of you who do not celebrate Thanksgiving Day,  I want to point out that it  can still  be a time that is important for  all of us.  It's always good to take time, take [...]

It’s Only About Who You Love and Who Loves You

Suzanne Somers is a well known actress and also a well known cancer survivor. Her book, "Knockout: Interviews with Doctors Who are Curing Cancer and How to Prevent Getting it in the First Place" has made a very positive impression on many people, including many doctors who have strongly objected to her writings. I want [...]

Confronting The Terror in Boston – What It Could Mean for Us

We all know about the terror that has struck Boston. Two bombs exploded near at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three people and seriously injuring over 150 other individuals! One of the dead was an eight-year-old child. I know when I heard about the death of the child I prayed that this [...]

Learning from the Regrets of the Dying

Bronnie writes a blog, Inspiration and Chai, Warmth for the soul and body.  A recent post on her blog deals with what she has learned about some of the regrets of the dying.  I have received permission from her to re-post this on the advanced prostate cancer blog. We all know that having advanced prostate [...]

How Long Do I Have To Live?

You have been treated for prostate cancer and you find out that your PSA is rising. You are diagnosed with prostate cancer and the doctors tell you that the cancer has escaped the gland and moved on to other places in your body. You have advanced prostate cancer and there is no cure for you! [...]