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... Hi. I have a question that maybe someone here can answer as I don't know much about prostate cancer spreading. ... (3 replies)
... growing" prostate cancer when he was 67. The dr. said he would die of something else before the prostate cancer would get him. He recently died at age 87 following heart surgery. He had been complaining of upper back pain for the past 3 months, so an autopsy was done. ... (11 replies)
... My brother had radiation therapy and is now on the hormone shots. He has had four so far. He is having emotional problems from the shots. Feels very tired and depressed. Has anyone taken anti-depressants while taking the hormone shots? (7 replies)

... I especially like the remark, "The "indefinitely" part especially applies to very low risk patients. ... (7 replies)
... Not a problem, it was my pleasure!;) (7 replies)
... ch is appropriate. But so many people focus on the "18 months" that they have a severly warped, pessimistic concept of the effectiveness of blockade, and I want to address that. ... (7 replies)
... Relax. Prostate Cancer takes years to spread to the bones if untreated or if treatment fails to cure the cancer. ... (11 replies)
... It usually does not spread very fast. ... (11 replies)
... Hi, does anyone know how fast prostate cancer spreads? ... (11 replies)
... Recently, he again had another episode of blood after urinating and went to the ER. He got a urine exam and it detected no blood. He expressed no pain. ... (2 replies)
... In 2005, I had terrible pain in my legs and knees and hips. I was also diagnosed with a Gleason 8 prostate cancer at that time. Of course with an aggressive cancer like that, there was the possibility that the cancer had spread to the bones in my legs. ... (5 replies)
It could spread?
Apr 15, 2009
... knee pain could relieve the discomfort from whatever the cause...and perhaps relieve some of your anxiety about possible prostate cancer. Has your doctor made a specific appointment for the biopsy? ... (5 replies)
It could spread?
Apr 15, 2009
... It sounds like you haven't been diagnosed with Prostate Cancer. You're getting way ahead of yourself and probably much unnecessary anxiety. ... (5 replies)
... my only therapy, so I have paid close attention to the issues you are worried about, hoping I will not have to face them. I was not participating on the board until July of last year and missed many of your earlier posts. ... (1 replies)
... by was given only two choices. Radation or RP surgery. He chose RP as his doc told him that if he went with the radation and it did not work he would not be able to have surgery. ... (26 replies)
... Two weeks ago we thought my husband was perfectly healthy. He woke up with groin pain and we went to the ER, where they found swollen lymph nodes. They biopsied the lymph nodes. ... (33 replies)
... I have had nothing but good news since my initiatial diagnosis. My pathology came back negative for spread, the cancer was confined to the prostate, no spread in lymph nodes or seminal vesicle. I had my first PSA test after surgery and it came back with no PSA detected. ... (21 replies)
Mr.
May 30, 2011
... which is rare in prostate cancer cases. ... (10 replies)
Mr.
May 24, 2011
... I want to add my welcome to the board, but you probably are finding very little in life that is encouraging at the moment. ... (10 replies)
... which answered several questions I had had about proton beam therapy for prostate cancer. ... (22 replies)


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