Prostate cancer survivor and mentor James Brown shares his story of life after cancer. He explains the importance of men monitoring their own health and the benefits of an optimistic outlook.
Prostate cancer survivorJames Brown, a mechanical engineer from Houston, had lost his father, grandfather and uncle to prostate cancer. Because of his family history, James was very carefully monitoring his own symptoms and risk factors. In 1999, after a urologist felt a hard spot and tests showed a slightly elevated PSA result, a biopsy confirmed two tumors in his prostate. James underwent a... more >