Exam at the doctor where the patient is obviously in pain in the groin

In Chicago, a New Approach to Gay and Bisexual Men With Prostate Cancer


A new clinic focuses on patients left grappling with the aftermath of treatment in ways that are rarely appreciated by doctors.

Matthew Curtin learned he had prostate cancer after a routine physical examination in October 2019, when test results indicated there was a problem. A biopsy confirmed the news, and doctors told him that surgery to remove his prostate was the best option. Click here to continue reading.


Source:The New York Times