Quality of life among British tennis fans with prostate cancer


We are pleased to be able to announce the result of a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial conducted yesterday evening in the UK.

While it may be a while before we are able to publish any formal results of this study, there is very clear evidence that the quality of life and positive outlook of all British tennis fans with prostate cancer (and a high percentage of their spouses and caregivers) “went through the roof” after Andrew Murray became the first British man to win the Wimbledon Men’s Singles title in 77 years.

This outcome occurred whether or not the patients and others actually watched the match on television or not — although we were only able to find one British tennis fan with prostate cancer who did not actually watch the match. (Independent sources who wish to remain anonymous have advised us that the patient in question had had his catheter removed on Sunday morning at noon to discover that he was still fully potent after a radical prostatectomy 7 days earlier and that he and his wife were “distracted” from the tennis. For some reason his quality of life and positive outlook also “went through the roof”!)

:O)

If you believe this story , I know of a bridge between Brooklyn and Manhattan that you might like to buy!

3 Responses

  1. I am sure that some men who have prostate cancer and who are contemplating their treatment options would like the name of that distracted tennis fan’s surgeon.

  2. :-)
    Happy wishes to British tennis aficionados.

  3. Send more info on the bridge…

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