Q&A with Prostate Cancer Survivor, Robert
Life is full of learning – especially when it comes to expressing love. That was the case for Robert, a Baltimore-based entrepreneur, prostate cancer survivor and advocate, who says he and his wife found a new level of intimacy during his prostate cancer journey. Diagnosed at age 48, Robert underwent prostate cancer surgery, followed by radiation and hormone therapy. Like other men who undergo this type of therapy, Robert struggled with impotence while undergoing treatment. Today, he speaks with men and their families about what it means to tackle life after prostate cancer, including forming deep intimacy with their partners in truly meaningful ways by tapping into both physical and emotional fulfillment.