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... However, it is also true that more aggressive prostate cancer eventually overcomes the effects of hormonal blockade, even triple blockade, though it often takes a decade or much longer. ... (7 replies)
... Hello Jim, I've got a question if I may, a week or so back, I read a post stating the 5 questions to ask after surgery. I should have, but didn't jot them down, By any chance was it your post, if so, could you post them once more. Thank you, Pat (18 replies)
... international education and support group network for prostate cancer is Us Too International. ... (18 replies)

... That organization was highly recommended by the speaker on incontinence, Dr. G. L., at the 2016 Conference on Prostate Cancer in Los Angeles, which was primarily sponsored by the Prostate Cancer Research Institute and Us Too. ... (2 replies)
... This was a review at a large and well known medical institution of prostate cancer patients treated between 2011 and 2014 to see how many had pubic symphysis osteomyelitis. ... (1 replies)
Cancer then BPH
Oct 3, 2017
... known and very large conference of prostate cancer patients. ... (4 replies)
... t much of an association. Pain can be because of very advanced prostate cancer, and a high PSA often goes with that, but the overwhelming majority of men do not experience pain as their PSA rises to elevated levels. ... (10 replies)
... those numbers are the prostate Height, length, and width in cm that I know from the CT scan result's . ... (5 replies)
... Thanks for the input, I have a Urologist appointment in two weeks. according to the measurements the prostate is fairly large. ... (5 replies)
... There are fairly new scans that are highly effective in determining whether there is spread of prostate cancer to soft tissue, including lymph nodes, throughout the body. ... (1 replies)
... done active surveillance is highly effective. It gives the patient extra time before treatment is needed, if it is ever needed. A large proportion of patients on AS never need treatment! ... (1 replies)
... The nurse at our urologist's office told me that most older men have some form of prostate cancer. ... (8 replies)
... Gleason score from your biopsy. The header at the top of this message board shows how to get an independent evaluation by Johns Hopkins, one of the leaders in prostate research. My older brother had a PSA that went up by .25 every year as a very steady increase. When it got to 4. ... (6 replies)
... I had an endorectal MRI at 1.5T. The rad there at this large world known cancer center told me they have not had good luck with the 3T endorectal coil. Too many artifacts. They have three 3T machines. ... (18 replies)
... I think that you can do well in returning home the soonest for such a short travel period. You will be given and taking pain killers for three days. If that much worried, I would recommend you to prefer for having a family member accompany you than rather stay an extra night out. Be confident. ;) (2 replies)
... I am getting an MRI and then a prostate biopsy at a large cancer center in another state. ... (2 replies)
... nk they are doing a good job but it is reasonable to use testosterone gel and monitor PSA. I had stage T2B Gleason 7. Concern was possibly beyond borders of both prostate lobes. I had 46 or 47 external radiation treatments. That damaged my large intestine permanently.I have diarrhea daily.Take Lomotil daily. This is 9 yrs later. ... (12 replies)
... Aspirin and Statin Nonuse Associated With Early Biochemical Failure After Prostate Radiation Therapy. ... (13 replies)
... some patients under careful, savvy medical management, are able to supplement with testosterone to recover from the side effects while not unduly fueling their prostate cancers. If you choose to try that, I suggest a doctor who is expert in intermittent hormonal therapy and who will insist on careful monitoring. ... (4 replies)
... in which you asked about Celebrex for prostate cancer and experiences with it. I thought Celebrex deserved its own thread, so here goes. ... (1 replies)


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