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New test may diagnose prostate cancer more accurately

picture of PCAP CEO Robert Warren Hess taking his annual prostate cancer PSA test

New test may diagnose prostate cancer more accurately Robert Warren Hess By Robert Warren Hess Prostate cancer can be defeated if it’s found early.  But only if it’s found early! The PSA (prostate specific antigen) blood test has been the gold standard for screening since the early 1990’s and has been credited with both reducing more…

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How to Love Exercising, Even When You Hate It!

Picture of PCAP founder Robert Warren Hess at the top of Mount Baldy

How I’m Able to Ride to Stop My Cancer Right after my prostate cancer surgery in May 2003, I jumped back on my bicycle and started riding again. Since May 3, 2003, I’ve risen 27,318.28 miles – yes, I track every ride I take – more than one time around the world. At the Summit more…

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Can Coffee Prevent Prostate Cancer Recurrence? A New Study Suggests the Answer is Yes!

Prostate cancer recurrence is the number one search topic for people coming to the Prostate Cancer Awareness Project websites and, as a 10-year prostate cancer survivor myself – prostate cancer recurrence is really important to me as well as our readers. The causes of prostate cancer still are a mystery but research is gradually revealing more…

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How to Create a Great Lunch in Just 5:55.2 minutes

How to Make a Great Lunch in Just Under Six Minutes By Robert Warren Hess I’m always busy and I tend to grab the first edible thing I can put my hands on. My ability to eat just about anything was honed during my Army career. We ate whatever the mess sergeant put in our more…

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How I Rode Around the World for Prostate Cancer Awareness

Diet, Exercise, and Cancer I was diagnosed with prostate cancer in December 2002, just a few weeks before my older sister succumbed to pancreatic cancer. As you might imagine, that was a very intense period of my life. Just like most people receiving a cancer diagnosis, I began an intense research program focused on what more…

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