Each year in Australia around 20,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer.
By sharing your ‘Tomorrow Counts’ story on this website, you will join many other Australians who have already shared their experiences with prostate cancer and their hopes for tomorrow.
The aim of this site is to provide a voice for those impacted by prostate cancer and to give hope to those affected by the condition. With ‘Tomorrow’ there is the chance to realise dreams, to be there for an important event and to access new advancements in prostate cancer treatment.
Brian and Carolyn – Every tomorrow is an opportunity
Every tomorrow is an opportunity to make things happen. You don’t realise how much Tomorrow Counts until you are told you have inoperable and incurable prostate cancer. In 2009, when […]
David Baker – Doing the research is vital
Fact No 7
Simple testing by a GP could save your life.
Fact No 11
In the early stages of prostate cancer, there may be no symptoms at all.
Tony – A Gay Man’s Journey
The Hon Jim Lloyd – Gaining perspective and setting goals
Fact No 9
Each day about 55 men learn news that they have prostate cancer.
Dennis Lamshed – Accepting the reality; Accepting the Challenge
The Hon Bob Such MP – The ultimate optimist
Roger Climpson OAM – Increasing the odds of survival
Wayne Taylor – Relieved I’d had annual PSA checks
I’ve had an exceptional life so my prostate cancer diagnosis did not bother me unduly – no feelings of anger or fear or loss or sadness. I was relieved I’d […]
Mal Haddon – A life changing experience
Barbara Pease – We fought prostate cancer together
David Froggatt – I chose to look for medically recognised alternatives
I thought I would pass on the story of my recent experience in the hope that it may be of some benefit to someone at some time. On May 20th […]
Tony Sonneveld OAM – Every day is a bonus
Fact No 6
Early detection is the key to enabling better outcomes and potential cure of prostate cancer.
Tony Wilson – Tomorrow does count
Following a stroke and heart surgery in 2001 I was diagnosed with Prostate cancer in 2003. Because of the medication subscribed for the stroke I was only given a TURPS. […]
For men and the families affected by prostate cancer there is support at hand.
Tony Bilson – Savouring the simple things in life
Alan Hopgood AM – Facing cancer with a laugh
Toni Mount – Love you Dad; rest in peace
He was great, my Dad – the first man in my life. There was nothing he could not do – except beat the cancer. His prostate cancer was detected when […]