One week from tomorrow is the date for my next PSA test. I know this because all my reminder systems—Alexa, Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook, etc.—simultaneously started beeping at me today. It’s time to prepare. And prepare I must. For some men a PSA test is a simple blood test. For me, it is a week-long process requiring careful planning. It is more than a brief encounter with a lab tech, a needle, and a vein. It is a physical and psychological journey. …
A man, a dog, and a proton beam:
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