I’ve not been on here for a while but I’m pleased to say that, after 4+ years since my stage 4 diagnosis, I’m still alive and my PSA is still undetectable and I realise that I’m incredibly lucky. I’m doing my best to make the most of it whilst I’m still fit and well and over the last two weekends I’ve taken on two huge challenges and absolutely pushed myself to the limits of my physical and mental endurance and this is my blog that I’ve written about it. It’s a 10 minute read but I think you’ll like it.
Inspiring, well done 💪🏼👏🏼
Good luck with the ongoing battle.
Well done Tony, quite a story. Very inspirational.
Excellent. Well done. Keep going. 😀
Two cannibals named Ectomy and Prost, all alone on a Desert island.
Prost was the strongest, so Prost ate Ectomy.
Yes, a good read. I would have been on the bus half way through day one. It's excellent news you are still undetectable four years on, and that you can fight the fatigue of HT.
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