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Michael Korda-Man To Man

injuredbyDaVinci
injuredbyDaVinci Member Posts: 35
edited March 2014 in Prostate Cancer #1
Does anybody know how I can get in contact with Michael, author of the book, Man To Man. I assume that he is still living. He should be about 76 years old by now. I would like to see if he would like to wright a book about a RP nightmare. Contact me.

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  • YTW
    YTW Member Posts: 67
    author of book
    I would send him a letter through his publisher. They should foreward it.
  • tpelle
    tpelle Member Posts: 184
    YTW said:

    author of book
    I would send him a letter through his publisher. They should foreward it.

    No Response
    I wrote Korda at Simon and Schuster back in 2005, but received no response. Here is my letter: "Two years ago I read your book "Man to Man, Surviving Prostate Cancer." This most helpful book seemed to conclude with your accepting the possibility that total continence might not return following your prostatectomy.

    Today I saw an apparently healthy Michael Korda on C-SPAN's Book TV. Like many other PC survivors who read your book, I would like to know how recovery progressed after the book finished. Is such information available to us?"
  • injuredbyDaVinci
    injuredbyDaVinci Member Posts: 35
    tpelle said:

    No Response
    I wrote Korda at Simon and Schuster back in 2005, but received no response. Here is my letter: "Two years ago I read your book "Man to Man, Surviving Prostate Cancer." This most helpful book seemed to conclude with your accepting the possibility that total continence might not return following your prostatectomy.

    Today I saw an apparently healthy Michael Korda on C-SPAN's Book TV. Like many other PC survivors who read your book, I would like to know how recovery progressed after the book finished. Is such information available to us?"

    Next chapter
    The book does kind of leave you hanging as to how the story ends. Like I said I had the book for several years but only finished it last week. I picked the book up on a couple of recommendations from friends of mine who had RP surgery. I assume he is still living?