I Left My Prostate in San Francisco—Where's Yours?
Coping with the Emotional, Relational, Sexual, and Spiritual Aspects of Prostate Cancer
About the Book
Rick and Brenda’s lives were changed forever when Rick went to the doctor to get a prescription refill. The doctor unexpectedly decided to perform a prostate exam. When he did, he felt a suspicious lump. Weeks later, a biopsy confirmed that Rick had prostate cancer. As a couple, they found their lives changed in unexpected ways following robotic surgery. They decided to share an intimate glimpse into their lives after surgery so other couples would be more prepared than they were. If you are thinking about surgery, or if you just had surgery, you will want to read about their experiences and the life lessons they learned along the way.
About the Author
Rick Redner received his master’s degree in social work at Michigan State University. For two years, he worked as a medical social worker. For the last thirty years, he’s been self-employed. He currently owns and operates two Sandwich Shops in Modesto, California. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer when he was fifty-eight years old. If you wish to contact him, you can send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Brenda Redner received her RN/BSN at Michigan State University. She’s worked as an oncology nurse, psychiatric nurse, and teacher. She left nursing in order to home school all four of their children. She was fifty-six when her husband was diagnosed with prostate cancer. If you wish to contact Brenda, you can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.