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How's Your Prostate? A Cancer Survivor's Candid Journey by Kenneth Michaels is a non-fiction medical book on Kenneth’s own experiences with having prostate cancer. In this book, Kenneth has written about his own experiences as a man in his sixties who was diagnosed with prostate cancer, his medical procedures, and experiences with doctors and medical staff, his treatment options, surgery, recovery, etc. He also talks about the after-effects of surgery which can include urinary incontinence, usage of catheters and diapers among other options, the challenges of erectile dysfunction, and how all this can affect life and relationships. The book is divided simply into several chapters that cover these things and also has a list of references at the end along with an author bio.
In How's Your Prostate?, Kenneth Michaels writes in a humorous, witty, and yet serious style about what men should know about prostate cancer. Prostate cancer and its effects are still relatively unknown to the average person. Kenneth shines a light on this topic in detail through his own personal experience with it, which can be a huge help for anyone diagnosed with or having a loved one diagnosed with prostate cancer. Kenneth also makes passing references to his lifestyle which I liked and appreciated as well since it makes the book more personal and relatable. Overall, this is a good, educational read which is also humorous that I would recommend to everyone, especially men.