Paul Henshall | CureTalks
Paul Henshall is a 68 yr old survivor of prostate cancer. His treatment of choice, 5 years ago, was hypofractionated accelerated radiation, 5 fractions of 7 Grays, once week, no supplemental treatments. This is a clinical trial at Sunnybrook Hospital, University of Toronto. Paul takes every opportunity to promote prostate cancer awareness through their local support group, Cruisin' for a Cure Canada, MOvember, Motorcycle Ride For Dad and attending any event that will give his group table space for promotional materials. Paul was a teacher and principal for 33 years full time, with an additional 12 years of substitute roles as principal, or teacher after retirement. Currently, Paul is in Indonesia for the second time working on the development of a Foundation for disabled and otherwise compromised children (www.reachingstarsfoundation.org is the English language website he has constructed).
Dr. Mark A. Rubin of Weill Cornell Medical College talks to co-host Dan Zenka VP (Communications), Prostate Cancer Foundation and other panelists about…