I wanted to extend what I said to you earlier. This is a very kind effort that I truly would take part in but I have a better way, at least for me.
I remember Bud coming here with his PSA over a thousand. It didn't take him long to understand where things were with his case. He knew it was serious and he knew he had challenges ahead. What I loved about
him was his huge kind heart. He never relented to be here to greet new members, usually those whose cases were most like his own, and he shared love and hope to us all with great inspirational comments.
It's in his honor, and of those who have also fallen to this disease, that I offer the challenge to continue to do that work for others. That we can best honor these friends of ours by bringing what they brought here to our website to our communities in awareness, support, and grace.
Peace and love to all here.
Forum Moderator and Patient Advocate
Dx Age 44, PSA 19.8 in 2006 ~ RALP Surgery 2007 , radiation and hormonal therapies.
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