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Re: We can't forget Terry

Well said, Brian, he was an inspiration to us all. We must keep this site going as an active aid to all of us who fight PCa and like him, resist the snake oil salesmen and their hangers-on who think there are quick fixes to this most complex set of diseases. Terry was always optimistic about the future, expecting the treatment advances that have emerged even in the past three years with many more yet to come. How sad it is that he wasn't spared to see these and the others in the pipeline. RIP Terry, our old friend.

OC in England

Re: We can't forget Terry

Well said guys. Been 12+ yrs for me and I still have Terry's emails to me of encouragement. He will not be forgotten, we old warriors won't let that happen.
Good on you Terry and again THANK You.
Joe H in Oz

Re: We can't forget Terry

Well, I never got to "meet" Terry, but I am so thankful for this site. So I will take this time to say Thank you Terry!

Re: We can't forget Terry

I was so lucky to find this site when I got my diagnosis 8 years ago. I continue to do very well on Active Surveillance.
Still reeling from the loss of Terry, my "best friend I never met."

Re: We can't forget Terry

To my dear Terry, from all the encomiums lavished on you by my colleagues, I can realize how good a man you were. Therefore, may I take this opportunity to wish your soul a peaceful rest.