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 […]
Fact No 6
Early detection is the key to enabling better outcomes and potential cure of prostate cancer.
Neil Findlay – In his early 50s when diagnosed
David Kelsey – My challenge is to men who haven’t had their PSA done at 50 to do so
I was diagnosed with prostate cancer at age 54. I had attended my GP for a shoulder problem and had no prostate symptoms at all. My GP asked if I […]
Bryne Smith – Understand the importance of tomorrow
Fact No 7
Simple testing by a GP could save your life.
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 […]
Roger Climpson OAM – Increasing the odds of survival
Barbara Pease – We fought prostate cancer together
Alan Hopgood AM – Facing cancer with a laugh
Allan Pease – Life is better than the alternative
Alexander Hill – It still goes to prove that early detection will give you a better chance of a good outcome
Robert Gates – Several people have told me they have had a MIRACLE
I am an ambassador for men’s prostate in Alice Springs. I have spoken to many men and observed that they do not have very good diets and are not […]
Mal Haddon – A life changing experience
Paul Hoskins – I live my life in three month blocks, waiting for the next PSA result