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Old 09-21-20, 12:58 PM
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rickbuddy_72
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I'm 66 and battling late-stage prostate cancer. That makes me very vulnerable to COVID. I'm happy that it is later so there is a better chance at having a vaccine. I don't think the cancer will get me by then. It is growing fast. I hope we can find tumors for targeted radiation treatment. I've been through that the last two winters, and it does fatigue me a bit, so if it is later I'll have a better chance to recover. If we can't find the tumors then I have to undergo hormone deprivation. At that time I'll continue to train, but more as a lab rat studying the effects of zero testosterone on a trained male athlete.
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