Clark Howard was in Shanghai on a business trip in 2009 when his wife called him, tearful and anguished. A biopsy showed that Howard, then 53, had prostate cancer. When he returned home to Atlanta, his doctor recommended either surgery to remove his prostate gland or radiation therapy, the standard response to such a diagnosis at the time. But while in Shanghai, Howard had read a series of medical journal articles about prostate cancer. The articles suggested that for some prostate cancer patients in Europe, no treatment worked out fine.
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