Alan Lawrenson, after tertiary studies, spent almost his entire working life in the commercial side of the science industry, marketing scientific and medical equipment and running the peak industry association for laboratory technology in Australia. He also served on a number of Australian Government-initiated reviews and committees.
His father died with prostate cancer aged 95, his brother has suffered from the same disease for more than 10 years. Alan was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2012 and wasn't happy with the treatment options initially offered by his doctors.
He termed the phrase "The Cancer Anxiety Factor" that afflicts all newly diagnosed PCa patients. A large motivation in his writing "An ABC of Prostate Cancer in 2015" was to provides such men with a host of alternatives that might better suit their circumstances and to encourage them to take a more proactive role in 'managing' their condition.
The book describes his Journey over 4 Continents to find the Best Cure.
Where to find Alan Lawrenson online
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VideosMy Book on Prostate Cancer
A 5 minute video explaining the reasons why I wrote the book. It also gives a brief exposure to SpaceOAR hydrogel.
An ABC of Prostate Cancer Today
by Alan Lawrenson
An ABC of Prostate Cancer Today discusses all aspects of prostate cancer including what it is, how it is diagnosed, what treatments are available. It includes more than 100 questions that you should consider asking your urologist. New chapters cover a plan to combat prostate cancer; diet and nutrition and alternative treatments. It discusses Alan's Journey over 4 Continents to find the Best Cure.
An ABC of Prostate Cancer in 2015
by Alan Lawrenson
An ABC of Prostate Cancer in 2015 provides full details of the latest diagnostic tests. It contains detailed information on 10 different proven treatments, some of which your doctor might not have informed you about. It lists over 100 questions that the patient should ask their doctors. Parts 1 and 3 cover the author's "Journey over 4 Continents to find the Best Cure" for his prostate cancer.
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