Ted’s support from his band of brothers
Thanks to the dedicated care of Guy’s Cancer, Ted has received more precious time with his loved ones – and a whole new “band of brothers” too.
When Ted Thorne received his prostate cancer diagnosis, his immediate fear was that he wouldn’t be around to see his grandsons grow up.
Five years on, Ted is enjoying every second with his beloved family – and has joined a charity-funded club where he can tap into the support of others living with cancer.
Following robotic-assisted surgery to remove his prostate just a few months after his diagnosis, Ted and his wife of 52 years, Susie, became two of the very first members to join the Advanced Prostate Cancer Club.
The most important things in my life are my wife, Susie, my grandsons, my daughter, my friends, and my band of brothers at the Advanced Prostate Cancer Club. They keep us going.
Ted, who receives ongoing care for prostate cancer
If you’re under the care of Guy’s Cancer, you are in the presence of the best in the world. The friendliness and support can't be bettered anywhere, and you know that you are in safe hands.