Winston Dyer was so busy making money in his Brooklyn nightclub that he was not thinking at all about cancer. That was before both his father and his brother died from prostate cancer. Then, in 1995, he, too, was diagnosed with the disease. If it had not been for the deaths of his father and brother, Dyer probably would not have gotten diagnosed in time to save his life. "Without a doubt, I would have been a statistic," he says. Dyer is now a clinical trial and patient coordinator at CaP CURE, the Association for the Cure of Cancer... More >>>