Articles by Jonathan Chance – Author, “Unaware”

The Cancer Wake Up Call For Men

February is National Cancer Prevention Month, which is a good time for men to get an annual check-up and talk with their doctor about their overall health and risk factors like cancer, heart disease and diabetes. For men over 40, another risk factor they should not...

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Over The Counter Caution

In 2018, when my PSA test came back just above the range that is considered normal, my doctor said, as a precaution he would re-test my PSA in 90-days. After my doctor visit, a couple of well-meaning friends told me they also had issues with their PSA and prostate and...

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You Are What You Eat

In 2019, my life changed the minute I was diagnosed with aggressive prostate cancer.  In order to lower my risk for cancer and other diseases my doctor, internationally recognized uro-oncologist, Dr. Gregory Merrick told me, I needed to make lifestyle changes that...

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What Are The Odds

According to statistics, approximately one out of seven men will get prostate cancer every year in the U.S. I was one of those men. However, according to the same statistics, I could have been one of the six out of seven men who won’t get prostate cancer in a given...

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What Is Early Detection?

All men are at risk for getting prostate cancer, which is one of the most common cancer diagnoses in the United States. The earlier it is diagnosed the greater the chances are for survival. So where do you start? Early detection starts by making an appointment to talk...

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Talk With Your Doctor

Taking charge of your health means having an open line of communication between you and your doctor. Patients should not be afraid to initiate a conversation about their health. According to internationally recognized Urologic Oncologist Dr. Gregory Merrick, “It is...

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