In the year, 2000, I was diagnosed with cancer of the prostate and in my mind, death was certain. Well, I suppose it is, but much later. I have gone through radiation, hormone therapy and now that it has spread, chemo. But I am not the only one am I? Kids are suffering alas are a lot of adults. For me, I just had to remain positive and 12 years later, I'm still here, ready for chemo. I find that te non worry approach is working- for me. I have since experienced depression and given the two experiences, I decided to write a book to help others through he ordeal. I'll post the link next time. You have to understand that I am. Procrastinator. If you want to search, type 'Men don't talk about'. To those who have not done anything about either depression or suspected cancer, don't wait, do something about it. Cancer is not a death sentence and depression does not have to be endured.
Cancer Council NSW would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work.We would also like to pay respect to elders past and present and extend that respect to all other Aboriginal people.