I Took Ownership of My Healthcare Process – Episode 309

Health, Hope & Inspiration

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Featuring: Darryl Prewitt

Published: April 9, 2022

We must do our part, allow our doctors to do their part, while trusting that God is doing His part.

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Show Notes:

Joining Rev. Percy McCray in the HHI virtual studio is prostate cancer patient Darryl Prewitt, who, at the time of the recording, was receiving brachytherapy, a form of radiation therapy, at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), Atlanta, now part of City of Hope.

Darryl was originally diagnosed in March 2020, received his last treatment in October of that year and, at the time of this recording, was being monitored. He shares how he was first told of his diagnosis.

“I was in disbelief, to be honest with you,” he says. “Because this is not an issue in my family, and I didn’t have any other symptoms that said prostate cancer.”

Darryl shares the motivating factors for why he chose not to have surgery to address his case of prostate cancer. He shares his story in a straightforward and to-the-point manner that every man should hear and consider.

Sit back and listen to Darryl’s compelling message to all men: “You have the option of [surgery or not],” he says. “You make the decision.”


  • “I thought I was just going in for a formality, just to confirm that I’m okay. The doctor said, ‘We have bad news; this is really, really bad.’”
  • “No one is ever really quite prepared to hear those words.”
  • “Had I not been going to my doctor on a regular basis, this would not have been discovered.”

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