Never Give Up: The Journey from Metastatic to Complete Response
I was first diagnosed with cancer back in 2016.
I went to see a urologist; I had a biopsy and I was diagnosed with Stage 4 prostate cancer.
To hear the word stage 4, it was devastating.
And that whole future, that whole, growing old together was now, gone.
I determined this was a problem to be solved.
My wife has been great about that, my kids have been very big supporters.
They’ve always been there for me.
We need groups like the Prostate Cancer Foundation and all of their donors, who so generously give to fund these trials using drugs that aren’t yet discovered.
My goal, if I’m not already there, is to be one of the first prostate cancer stage 4 patients who can claim that they were cured.
My life looks like it would look for anybody else who doesn’t have prostate cancer.
I never lost hope. I never ever lost hope.