Share Your Prostate Cancer Story for the TRUE Campaign

This post has been sponsored by the Prostate Cancer Foundation. All thoughts and ideas are 100% my own.

Share your prostate cancer story for the TRUE Campaign. Prostate Cancer has affected my family, and it's time for us to share our stories and make this cancer more known.
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Like with most things, prostate cancer wasn’t on my radar until it very much was.

My father-in-law received a prostate cancer diagnosis, and he has three sons. I think often about my husband’s risk factors and how little we actually know about the disease. I also have a son, so that’s three generations of loved ones I’d like to help support and protect indefinitely. When I think of Valentine’s Day, I think of it as more than just a day. I think of it as a season. Honestly, that’s the best way to get through a frigid February in New England! I think about my loved ones, and all of the ways I can brighten their days or help share knowledge about important topics like this one. This Valentine’s season?

I want to share my story, and encourage others to do the same.

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The Prostate Cancer Foundation is launching TRUE – to celebrate and honor caregivers of prostate cancer patients. This includes spouses, partners, nurses, doctors, children, friends, and more. There’s a stigma associated with a prostate cancer diagnosis, as well as a general lack of knowledge about the disease, for a variety of reasons. This lack of general knowledge about prostate cancer also extends to the many challenges that patients and their caregivers face. Prostate cancer caregivers are often unsupported and under acknowledged, and the Prostate Cancer Foundation would like to change this by sharing TRUE inspirational stories of the people who live TRUE love everyday by providing love and care to men.

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With a family history of this form of cancer, I’m more aware than ever. 1 in 9 men will be diagnosed in their lifetime, and that could be your loved one. That’s why PCF’s TRUE campaign is important. Share your personal caregiving story on their website to help raise awareness of this disease. That way, PCF can honor the patient and the caregiver during the month of February. Also, one winner will receive a curated care package from Kristen Bell! AND, all will receive a gift.

When I was growing up, I lost my father pretty young, and then my mom remarried. I had SEVEN grandparents. That’s why as a parent now, I’m extra-sensitive about the health of my parents, in-laws, husband and kids. And myself, of course!

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So now it’s time to hear from you! Tell your story of how you were personally impacted by prostate cancer. Share your story on the TRUE campaign’s website to be honored during the month of February. And remember – one winner will receive a curated care package from Kristen Bell, and all will receive a gift! Also, make sure you read all the amazing stories at pcf.org/TRUE. This is an amazing way to shed light on the disease, and work to make a better world for all of us.

Will you share your story?

How Peggy Sue Survived Cancer

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We have all been touched by cancer in our lives – whether distantly or too close.

Every name is etched in my heart forever, but the sad truth is that cancer has taken too many loved ones from my life, and I fear it will continue to do so. That’s why I read Peggy Sue Roberts’ survival story with great interest. She went from having two months to live, to being a 10-year cancer survivor. She did this by using natural cancer treatments at a Mexican cancer clinic. Her son created Cancer Free Living and it helps to inspire people in late stage 3 or stage 4 cancer to get professional help. In fact, you can fill out their contact us form right on their website to find out more information today.

Here is more about Peggy Sue Roberts:

Peggy Sue is a 10-year, stage-4 cancer survivor who lives in southern California. She was sent home to die in 2006, after her oncologist simply said that he couldn’t do anything else for her due to her near death reaction to chemotherapy. Peggy Sue’s husband, Jim, researched alternative cancer treatments instead of accepting the oncologist’s prognosis. The family came across an alternative cancer clinic in Mexico, which was having success treating late stage cancer. They got a consultation and traveled to the clinic. When Peggy Sue arrived at the cancer clinic in a wheelchair, she only had several weeks to live.

She was a new person after several weeks of natural cancer treatments. These days, you do not need to go to Mexico for natural cancer treatments. It’s no longer necessary! It took Cancer Free Living the better part of 10 years to find a center located in the United States that will clearly do a better job than clinics in Mexico. They’re better because they treat the root cause of cancer on the genetic level. It’s taken years of hard work to lower the prices of genetic testing so that all families can afford this type of care. They focus time and energy on discovering the ROOT CAUSE of why you have cancer.

This was the game changer that Cancer Free Living was searching for. They do things differently than other cancer centers, and are loyal to getting you the results you need. And in general, 2 out of 3 people responded well to their treatments in just 3 weeks. With extensive testing, the 1 out of 3 responds well too. Let CancerFreeLiving.com shine as a source of education and actionable advice. Visit their site to fill out a contact form for you or someone you care about with cancer.

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