This one is not about prostate cancer or prostate therapy. This is my confession and apology to dog people everywhere. I’ll include cat people, too, assuming their experience may be similar, but I’ll restrict my references to dogs. I have often heard dog owners refer to their pets as “my kids” or “my little girl” or “my boy” and the like, and it has always struck me as slightly strange if not totally bizarre. After all, I told myself, they are referring to dogs, not small humans. It seemed to me that …
A man, a dog, and a proton beam:
If you’ve read Ron’s book and benefited, please take a minute to review it on Amazon. Most people still don’t know about proton, and your review will help them discover this book, learn about proton therapy, and make a better-informed decision. Even a brief review will make a difference!
Please help others learn about
The After Proton Blog: