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"It's more important that it works for those behind me, my own sons, my grandsons," said the first patient, Paul Gomulinsk, to be treated by the Poley Protocol, an experimental treatment for prostate cancer. The research is funded by a campaign, called Give 1 For Dad, started by Sam Poley who lost his father to prostate cancer. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com
"It's more important that it works for those behind me, my own sons, my grandsons," said the first patient, Paul Gomulinsk, to be treated by the Poley Protocol, an experimental treatment for prostate cancer. The research is funded by a campaign, called Give 1 For Dad, started by Sam Poley who lost his father to prostate cancer. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com

His father died from prostate cancer. Now he’s helping Duke find a possible cure

July 24, 2017 04:36 PM