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Ah yes Don, a recirculated golden oldie that I read many moons ago. It's humour while dated has stood the test of time. But he of course was wrong, very wrong actually, because being "Proton Don" you are indeed very special. How many ot Terry's disciples are still around to spin their stories? Not to many methinks.
It's been a tumultuous journey for sure. I have done better than some of my fellow PCa Warriors but not as well as others. So much depends on how soon our PCa is detected and the aggressiveness of our particular diagnosis.
Currently my primary anti-cancer agent is Xtandi which has done a great job in keeping my PCa in check although the side effects are rather harsh. Complete details of my trials and tribulations are available on line at http://protondon.blogspot.com/
In terms of the bell curve: I am happy to be alive and for me life is good.
Appreciate your inquiry and interest. Hope this finds you well and reasonably okay.