Why do we need this blog?
To be blunt: Nobody knows what’s really going inside the mind of a guy who had proton beam therapy for prostate cancer … except a guy who has had proton beam therapy for prostate cancer. Well, that’s me, maybe you, and possibly someone you know or have yet to meet. That’s actually quite a lot of people!
The After Proton Blog is my best shot at telling the rest of the world about protons, prostates, and people from our unique perspective. There are some interesting angles others seem to miss, and this blog is a look at life from the other side, so to speak. Sometimes serious, sometimes less so, always sincere.
I hope my posts will be helpful, or at least amusing to my past, present, and possible future proton brothers, as well as anyone else willing to grace my blog with your presence. Thanks for having a look.Ever since receiving 39 blasts of proton radiation for prostate cancer in 2011 at the University of Florida Health Proton Therapy Institute, my mind has at times been monopolized by sometimes meaningful and other times meandering musings about DREs, PSAs, MRIs, CATs, PCAs, UTIs, PEEs, and maybe even ABCs. I can contain myself no longer, so those thoughts will be published here for all the world to see. Let the chips fall where they may.
Whether you agree, disagree, or have additional thoughts about any of this, I hope you’ll contact me so we can have a conversation about it.
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