24 Mar Once Banned Prostate Cancer Treatment Arrives In Florida
Twelve years ago, right after getting a diagnosis of prostate cancer, Carl Sola of Homestead flew with his wife to the Dominican Republic for a treatment he couldn’t get in the United States.
His friends warned him not to risk an unproven procedure, one his insurance didn’t cover.
But being a guinea pig appealed to Sola more than the risk of prostate surgery; after a prostatectomy, a relative had been forced to wear diapers.
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