Henry Cisneros diagnosed with prostate cancer
Cisneros confident technology will beat cancer
SAN ANTONIO - Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary and ex-San Antonio Mayor Henry Cisneros has disclosed he is being treated for prostate cancer.
Cisneros says he's going public to encourage more men to be tested.
Cisneros told the San Antonio Express-News in a story Sunday, that he was diagnosed in January. He started radiation therapy in May.
Cisneros says he has "great faith" that the technology will beat his cancer.
Cisneros on June 11 turned 65. He recently published a book about aging called: "Independent for Life: Homes and Neighborhoods for an Aging America."
Cisneros served as HUD secretary in the 1990s. He's currently executive chairman of CityView, a Los Angeles-based investment company focused on urban development.
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