Prostate survivors have lofty goals

Acorn Staff Writer

Terry Weyman

Battling a cancer is like climbing a tall mountain, both are uphill struggles in a test of bodies and souls.
Hap Weyman lost his fight against prostate cancer in 1990. His son, Terry Weyman, plans to climb his own mountain to call attention to the disease and its need for early detection and treatment.
Weyman, a 35-year-old sports chiropractor in Westlake Village, will lead a January expedition called the Prostate Cancer Climb, a trip to the Andes Mountains to rais...

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