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... a way that makes a huge difference. Your thread underscores the urgency of this information, but I just realized that you could use a heads up. ... (4 replies)
... recommended by the big ones. The same fact was valid for the not so traditional therapies like the Cryo, HIFU and Natural Medicines, and even for the application of ProstaScint scan to locate cancer tumors. ... (3 replies)
... Hi again medved, Welcome back to the board. :wave: I'll insert some comments in green. Jim (2 replies)

... Surely one should think that in prostate cancer no two cases are equal but your descriptions stroked me because of the slow increasing pattern of PSA in which both cancers have grown. Mine however comes from an higher initial PSA level of 24. ... (3 replies)
... is thread, to which I'm replying below. One thing I love about this board is that it helps us exchange views and both fertilize and weed our own personal fields of what we think is true, and I believe these threads will have the key value of helping fellow survivors and their loved ones with their decisions. ... (22 replies)
... Welcome to the board, though hopefully you will not become a full member. ... (7 replies)
... You're very welcome. Baptista, I, and all of us are a big band of brothers and sisters here to help each other. ... (13 replies)
... I read your post I assume that the doctor looking at your results is your GP. My understanding differs however I will state upfront I have no medical training and am working from what I have been told by my DR's and what I have read. ... (4 replies)
... I'll insert some comments in green with your comments in black. ... (14 replies)
... Hello again binu, I will insert some comments in green. Jim (21 replies)
... I'm borrowing soaring's post from yesterday on the thread "Cyberknife cost" to make some points about the value of Active Surveillance. ... (7 replies)
... D These details are actually very good news, a key change on the positive biopsy core count, but a lingering question about the stage. ... (18 replies)
A New Member
Jan 30, 2011
... Baptista and Jim thanks for you support. Stanford is the current surgery location of choice. ... (16 replies)
Max PSA Level
Aug 11, 2009
... Thank you for your quick and thorough reply. I am still reeling from my PSA of 50.9. I am 59 and this is the first time to have this test. I have had DRE's in the past that were OK so this was a surprise, to say the least! ... (11 replies)
... Several of your thoughts indicate you don't know much about prostate cancer, which is typical for new patients, including me, back in 1999. ... (3 replies)
... I'm going to insert comments in green in the abridged version of your original post. I hope they will help. ... (8 replies)
... Hi, it's been a few years since I have been on this message board. I see some familiar names and am very happy to be able to once again ask for some reflection from you many educated folks. ... (3 replies)
... Trust what you believe and that will happen. If you think that radiation could be helpful and improve the condition of your father, discuss with him and consult a radiologist. He will clarify your doubts and give peace of mind to your father. ... (17 replies)
... I just got today the first PSA and Testosterone results since the first Eligard shot in nov26, 2010. ... (2 replies)
... I'm glad you were able to get the NCCN guidelines, and I'll insert some comments in blue, for contrast with your text and quotation. ... (15 replies)


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