Survivor Spotlight: Don Girvan

Don Girvan feels he’s been gifted with more time since his diagnosis and treatment for prostate cancer and uses the precious gift of life to spend time with family and write novels.

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Survivor Spotlight: Bruce Horovitz

In his distinguished career as a journalist, author and entrepreneur, Bruce Horovitz is skilled in finding, researching and writing stories – asking questions and finding answers. Asking questions and finding answers became an even more important part of his life during his prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment.

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Survivor Spotlight: Arthur “Ajay” Bendolph

Ajay Bendolph wants men to know prostate cancer could happen to them even if they don’t expect it. According to the National Cancer Institute, African American men are more likely to develop prostate cancer and are twice as likely to die from the disease, compared to white men.

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Lee Moultrie III is Thriving and Advocating for Others Post Cancer Treatment

For Lee Moultrie III, 65, it’s all about recovery after his treatment. He looks forward to mowing the lawn or heading to the gym – any activity that keeps him active. One of the most important parts of his recovery is advocating for proton therapy and reaching people of color in their communities where he hopes to help those in need navigate the healthcare system.

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Prostate Cancer Survivor Spotlight

Reid Tillery - Prostate Cancer Survivor

“If I knew then what I know now, I wouldn’t have worried as much,” said Reid Tillery, a twelve-year prostate cancer survivor.

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