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... Hi Rhonda, You asked the following in response to my post just prior to yours: One point that's clear is that Irv does not have a low-risk case. I don't feel confident beyond that regarding salvage radiation, but you hit the nail on the head in your phrase that it will need to be weighed with considerable thought and caution. In a very rough sense, Irv and I are... (52 replies)
... ghtly packed. I'm wondering if proton therapy would be well suited to such a case. Proton therapy seems sort of like a very precise rifle, where other kinds of radiation would be more capable of a shotgun like impact that would cope with a spread out cancer. Are some doctors using proton beam for spread out prostate cancer? ... (6 replies)
... I would be concerned with your PSA reading. Did you get a post RP pathology report and confirm your Gleason. It is a more accurate representation of the Gleason. Unfortunately in my case it was upgraded to a 9. ... (14 replies)

... I'm returning to your original post after reading Baptista's response which I hope helped you. ... (6 replies)
... which is the previous post at this moment. ... (17 replies)
... So much for our second opinion. Irv and I were both unimpressed with this radiation oncologist, along with his attitude. He seemed angry and annoyed with my questions. ... (17 replies)
First PSA 15.2
Jan 15, 2011
... risk prostate cancer just before his 51st birthday. It was also his very first PSA test and came as a terrible shock. ... (13 replies)
... We are looking for different qualities in supplements taken for prevention vs supplements taken to help with radiation. Radiation relies on oxidation to kill cancer cells. ... (31 replies)
... vitamins, and lycopene. And now are you saying that if he might end up getting radiation therapy that he shouldn't be taking them now? ... (31 replies)
... Nine Decisions Before Electing RADIATION THERAPY After Radical Prostatectomy. It was written this year and summarized several studies on the subject. ... (5 replies)
... if you can slow any PSA doubling time way down, you have probably won the game. That's why there is such great interest in quality pomegranate juice and extract. ... (9 replies)
... I have been researching whether I can monitor my PSA instead of jumping right into radiation and hormone therapy, as my oncologist strongly urges. I found a nice article that may be of some help to you. ... (9 replies)
... How fast has your PSA been rising? ... (9 replies)
... no dairy. I'm wondering if this will have a positive effect on any future, potential biochemical recurrence. Is this something guys do when they have a rising PSA after surgery or do they just get in line for SRT. I am trying to avoid radiation treatments if they are ever needed. ... (9 replies)
... risk, are often of no value and new guidelines are that they should not be done routinely, but your father's PSA and biopsy results are a sound basis for doing the scans. ... (27 replies)
... My father's recent PSA level has been 56. ... (27 replies)
Oct 4, 2010
... was known to cut PSA about in half on its own, and they were striving for comparability with two drug blockade. ... (2 replies)
... All the best (15 replies)
... Hope some of this helps. John (15 replies)
... Hi, although my case is not the same as yours I thought I would post a response since my therapy is now intermittent triple blockade. After RP and follow up radiation and single blockade my PSA dropped to .1. I was taken off single blockade and my PSA was at 1.2 approximately a year and a half later. ... (15 replies)

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