Howard Wolinsky a journalist based in the Chicago area, was diagnosed with early prostate cancer in 2010. In part one of a series he described his diagnosis and his decision to chose active surveillance. In the second part, he shared his experience during 5 years of active surveillance and in this part he tells his continuing quest to make the best — and most informed — decision about his care.

Howard Wolinsky decides it may all be in the genes.

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