Lonnie Boyd (1949 to present) has written about his 12 year battle with prostate cancer, but that is not all that defines him. Lonnie is retired after 34 years as a regional official in the Social Security Administration. He has a special interest in working with and ministering to special needs children and adults, focusing on those on the Autistic Spectrum.
Lonnie has been an active but eclectic Christian for over 40 years. He is interested both in Theology and in active ministry to those around him of all faiths.
He is a graduate of the University of Kansas and a former graduate student at Central Baptist Theological Seminary.
Surgical treatment of prostate cancer can leave men depressed, wearing diapers, and with limited sexual function.Those results are not inevitable. In this book the author's quest to find a safer prostate cancer treatment is interspersed with a simple and clear explanation of the research he conducted to reach his chosen therapy.