“Dealing with prostate cancer had similarities to running a marathon,” author Steve Will found out.
As you read about his two-year account with prostate cancer and marathon running, you’ll run the course of emotions experienced by men who suddenly hear the words: “You have prostate cancer.”
Learn from the candid doctor/patient dialogs of straight-forward questions and answers about men’s health., including post-prostatectomy incontinence and the use of an artificial urinary sphincter (AUS).
But the discussion goes beyond medical issues. A man’s well-being is restored, offering insights and inspiration to those (both men and women) who have reasons to run with life. Also included is an appendix with organizations and websites to help men with prostate health problems.