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Zambia: Talking Cancer – Misconceptions of Medical Castration
By the time I started treatment in July 2015 after being diagnosed two months earlier I had done a lot of reading on prostate cancer and was well informed so I chose the medical way which involved taking one small tablet, whose name I have forgotten ... [...]
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Talking Cancer: Misconceptions of Medical Castration
There is no cause to be scared of this if it will help in improving your quality of life as a prostate cancer patient. I am actually inclined to believe that it is mainly because of this aspect of castration that a lot of men with symptoms of prostate ... [...]
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Talking Cancer: What It's Like to Finish Chemotherapy
Having done my last chemotherapy treatment session at the Cancer Diseases Hospital (CDH) on March 10, 2016, a day when I became one year older, I must admit I was really looking forward to the day. At long last it was the end of the ... treatment only ... [...]
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5 Crucial Facts About Men's Health We Need to Start Talking About
According to Cancer.org, prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in American men. This is likely due to the fact that not enough men get their prostate checked. Or rather: men don't get screened because of the invasive ... [...]
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Zambia: Talking Cancer – the Little Information, the More Suffer
Since I started getting prostate cancer treatment at the Cancer Diseases Hospital (CDH) in July 2015, I have noticed that women are very open about their cervical cancer status. I hear them chatting and encouraging each other without any fuss. I ... [...]
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Talking Cancer: The Little Information, The More Suffer
Since I started getting prostate cancer treatment at the Cancer Diseases Hospital (CDH) in July 2015, I have noticed that women are very open about their cervical cancer status. I hear them chatting and encouraging each other without any fuss. I ... [...]
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Talking Cancer: Tribute To Family, Friends and Health Practitioners
Unlike malaria and other ailments from which one is able to show recovery signs three to four days after start of medication cancer (and prostate cancer for that matter) is a long term illness whose positive treatment results may take weeks and ... [...]
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Zambia: Talking Cancer – Breaking the Silence
Some of the aims and objectives are to break the loud silence surround prostate cancer, lobby government to provide free prostate cancer screening in all the public hospitals and clinics throughout the country like the case is with cervical cancer and ... [...]
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Zambia: Talking Cancer – the Misconception of Shame
I am always accompanied by my wife and in the early days of treatment all my three brothers used to be there also. I thank all of them for being there for me. The exact cause of prostate cancer remains unknown to this very day but one very important ... [...]
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