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Posted 01 August 2014 15:42:46(UTC)
Well Sean for the life of me I cannot see any valid reason why gay men with prostate cancer need a separate support group. I have been a member of a support group for a number of years, we do not discriminate in any way shape or form regardless to race, religion,creed or no creed, political opinions or sexual orientation, we are all victims of a dreadful disease. I cannot imagine any other support acting in a different manner than the one I attend, we all support each other regardless of ones circumstances, just the same as this site does.
However you and others are entitled to your personal opinions and I respect that, just that I find it a little concerning seeing that support for PCa victims may not all be singing from the same hymn sheet. However I wish you and your support group success in your support for those you support.
Larry
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