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John_Trawick_1.jpg_profileSizeJohn T's family history included a number of men who developed prostate cancer so when he started having issues with dribbling due to bladder leaks, he watched cautiously and eventually sought medical help. His doctor ordered several PSA tests over time and eventually, John began seeing a urologist. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer and had surgery that left him with incontinence issues. No one wants this result, but he's learned to live with his incontinence - with gratitude. 

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