In 2012, Terry’s husband Ed was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Terry, a CPA, did internet research finding active surveillance as a possible option. She accompanied Ed for a consultation with his urologist. Terry recounts how Ed’s urologist emphasized that surgery was the only good option and should be promptly scheduled. However, Ed and Terry had additional consultations with staff in the active surveillance programs at UCSF & Stanford and were assured that that active surveillance was a prudent option. Ed joined the UCSF active surveillance program.
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