Talking about cancer in the baby Boomer age and culture was taboo. They would hide and not disclose with people.
I was very scared about this word. I remember at a young age when I heard one of our neighbors had cancer I couldn’t sleep and thought he was going to die, but he survived the cancer and lived the till age 97.❤️🌻
Today, people talk about male cancers and I am very glad many things have changed to help people dealing with cancer. I hope nobody else has to die from prostate cancer and a cure is found . (2)
1-“Movember” is a month-long campaign to raise money and awareness for men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health issues such as depression and suicide.
2–Stylized blue ribbon with paper cut flower is world prostate cancer day symbol in November.