Book review:
Gay & Bisexual Men Living with Prostate Cancer,
edited by Jane M. Ussher, Janette Perz, and B.R. Simon Rosser

NEW YORK — A brand new e book dedicated to homosexual and bi males with prostate most cancers was launched this week.

“Homosexual & Bisexual Males Residing with Prostate Most cancers (from Analysis to Restoration)” by Jane M. Ussher, Janette Perz and B.R. Simon Rosser (from LGBT scholarly writer Harrington Park Press) payments itself as “probably the most present and complete e book on the topic printed to this point incorporating the super new developments in most cancers therapy from the previous 10 years.”

The authors say the e book was wanted as a result of LGBT individuals, ladies and racial minorities have been “underrepresented in medical trials which limits our skill to determine their wants and to reply to them thoughtfully.”

“The LGBT group has been described as experiencing an ignored epidemic and characterised as a rising and medically underserved inhabitants within the space of most cancers care,” the writer stated in a press launch. “In no illness is that this inequality extra obvious than in prostate most cancers. Of the a whole lot of 1000’s of research dedicated to prostate most cancers, solely 88 small-scale efforts have centered on understanding the experiences of (GBT) people with prostate most cancers.”

Points coated embody how prostate most cancers and its therapy impacts sexual operate in homosexual intercourse. The 352-page e book retails for $95 (hardcover) and $45 (paperback) on Amazon.

Reviewed by Richard