My prostate cancer website | Cancer Research UK
Cancer Research UK on Google+ Cancer Research UK on Facebook Cancer Research UK on Twitter

My prostate cancer website

From Graham Newman

"I am 53yrs old, and was diagnosed with Prostate cancer in January 2004. The cancer is locally advanced and so prostatectomy is not an option. I am undergoing Hormone therapy at this time, and in May, I will be receiving radiotherapy. I found the task of updating relatives and friends rather tedious, so I created a web site with a view to keeping an online diary that they could keep up to date on. The diary covers my experiences from symptoms, to diagnosis and ongoing treatment. Perhaps you might look at the site,The main purpose of the site, is to write a diary about the diagnosis and treatment of my cancer. I hope it is humorous and informative. I have also included jokes, humorous pictures, family photo's, useful and informative links etc. "

You can find Mr Newman's site on It is an interesting and useful account of his diagnosis and on-going treatment for prostate cancer. Like many people, he looks on the bright side as much as possible when dealing with his cancer. The site has many jokes and he uses humour a great deal when describing his experiences. If you have a similar outlook on life, this could be the site for you!

Rate this page:
Submit rating


Rated 5 out of 5 based on 2 votes
Rate this page
Rate this page for no comments box
Please enter feedback to continue submitting
Send feedback
Question about cancer? Contact our information nurse team

No Error

Updated: 28 September 2009