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What I want to do

Solve climate change. Cure cancer. Sell coastal real estate & electronic testing equipment.

What matters to me

That our unique planet stays habitable.

What inspires me

Research progress. Clear Night skies. Sunsets. Day hikes.

Oceanside, CA 92054, CA USA

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January 1, 2013

I called their hotline in 2006 and spoke with Harry (now deceased) who stressed how young men with prostate cancer need to get their surgery done soon with a Dr who has done more than 150 DaVinci robotic prostatectomies.
At age 43, my disease turned out to be Gleason 3+3 stage 2C with lymphatic vessel involvement and a PSA of 3.9. After immediate surgery, the PSA was under 0.01 for 2 years. The cancer is back now with a PSA of 0.013, but I am told my low Gleason 3+3 means my cancer is unlikely to metastasize or kill me.
My surgeon said I would have died at age 45 (I am now 49) if I had not had treatment.

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June 25, 2009

Great way to help other young men with prostate cancer and find new insights in reducing side effects of surgery.

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Helping young men under 50 get PSA testing and the prostate cancer treated while it is curable before it is stage 3.

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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Lobby for FDA & healthcare reform

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What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

Sharing research.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

Raise awareness for testing PSA (and better tests when FDA approves them), Fund research & lobby congress.

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We got more active in banning BisPhenol A and other cancer causing substances.

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Volunteer & I respond to queries from newly diagnosed yonger men (under 50).