Philanthropist John Ingram on Removing His Prostate to Prevent Cancer & Taking Away The Shame of Sexual Side Effects

Updated September 3rd, 2020

Philanthropist John Ingram on Removing His Prostate to Prevent Cancer & Taking Away The Shame of Sexual Side Effects

Philanthropist John Ingram, part of the family that financed the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center at Vanderbilt University, knew he had a hereditary risk of prostate cancer and made a tough decision around prevention.

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