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... ever PSA result of 113.6 that I received out of the blue on Pearl Harbor Day 1999, and events had moved quickly since that afternoon. ... (5 replies)
... first ever PSA of 113. ... (8 replies)
... I would estimate, including most of the costs, but ongoing therapy like mine, where the disease is not considered curable, can lead to higher costs, as can having to have more than one therapy, such as surgery plus radiation. ... (8 replies)

... I've read daff's reply, and I'm adding some comments in green to round out the picture Bob is presenting. Bob, you, I and daff are looking at this from different angles, and hopefully our perspectives will add a dimension to what new patients are considering. (57 replies)
Another newbie
Jun 24, 2012
... Thanks for your kind interest in our journey, Baptista. You have noted some very good points ie lipid test, DHT etc which I must admit I sometimes gloss over. His d3 is excellent but why B12? It is nice to read your overview of the various types of HT because sometimes I get emired in an issue (re obtaining prescriptions) and I need to look at the bigger picture. My... (4 replies)
Another newbie
Jun 24, 2012
... Thanks for sharing your story. Hopefully your husband does well in the arrest program. In any case the PSA of 0. ... (4 replies)
Change of life
May 23, 2010
... Hi JAYK, I would like to join White Lightning in welcoming you to the board! Yes, all of us would rather not have a reason to have joined, but we are a good group. I'll add some thoughts in green to your post #3 in the thread, building on White Lightning's helpful comments. Good luck to you, and take care, (19 replies)
... by the way, incontinence is not an issue with that approach, and both a decrease in libido and in erectile function are temporary for most of us on intermittent therapy, especially with countermeasures. ... (9 replies)
... What is your current PSA and the date of the test? ... (13 replies)
... Here's what I've learned as a survivor on hormonal blockade therapy. I have had no enrolled medical education, so this is based on advice from doctors I consider leading experts. ... (10 replies)
... and congratulations for those wonderful ultrasensitive PSA results! ... (50 replies)
... Hi again Ed, This live interaction is kind of cool! :cool: I'll intersperse some comments in green. Take care, Jim (17 replies)
... Hi John, You're welcome - we are here to help each other. :)I'm going to insert some comments in green. Jim You take care too, Jim (3 replies)
... prostate "hard as a rock" and stage T3. I've gone from almost complete ignorance to learning a lot in order to survive and thrive. I'm now on my third round of intermittent triple hormonal blockade, doing very well. ... (57 replies)
One man's story
Feb 15, 2009
... D The thought struck me that there have been tremendous advances in so many therapy options during that time, with several not even existing when you started, and others where the information about outcomes was too inadequate to be assuring. ... (2 replies)
... I've added a few observations, in green, to your post below. Thanks for mentioning the immune system aspect of nutrition. I was aware of it, but I tend to forget about it in focusing on other effects. (21 replies)
... of findings with regards to the intratumoral affairs of cancerous cells is revolutionizing the methods used in the hormonal treatment, and professionals will have to adjust and follow suit. After all, you have to feed the beast to keep him quiet. ... (21 replies)
... You may explore more on the intermittent modality in hormonal treatments reviewing the several papers on the matter. I have read some which got references in other related papers, some from 1996. ... (33 replies)
... he pattern, that will be a good sign. However, I might be benefiting from reduced likelihood of metastasis or androgen independence that is not reflected in the PSA pattern. ... (50 replies)
... apy, even in many highly challenging cases like mine, and I ended up cancelling the radiation and going with triple blockade, later doing well enough to be on an intermittent program. I've done very well on that. ... (57 replies)

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