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Re: Developing a Plan to Ease Out When Push Comes To Shove

Well Don after conversing with you over all these years, I was reasonably sure that your exit strategy would be well in place. I guess the most important element is to bring about a dignified death on your terms. When it comes to the crunch, some people embrace death, for others, fear is the overriding factor in the final part of their journey. But as we know a good many of us old PCa warriors have gone before us and through their stories, and of course your's, a lasting legacy has endured. I wonder what the next millennium of PCa warriors will think when they read all about Proton Don? Don't forget the final chapter of the blog Don! As always best wishes,

john bonneville

Re: Developing a Plan to Ease Out When Push Comes To Shove

There has been so many developments in the treatment of PCa my journal is fast becoming a historic relic. Even so my intent is to keep it going for as long as possible. Hopefully the final chapter will read "Easing On Out."
Best wishes to you and yours.
Don O.