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Hormone Therapy:
Sep 4, 2008
... am a little concerned that I will see a large "bump" in PSA after I am taken off the meds. Time will tell. I too was told that I would not need to see my uro for 6 months which is up in November. ... (3 replies)
... I tried interspersing answers in green earlier and it seemed to work, so here goes again. Take care, and thanks for giving me a chance to speak from one of my favorite soap boxes, Jim (9 replies)
... I went through two or three radiation consultations but decided to switch to reliance on advanced hormonal blockade just before the tatooing session. ... (5 replies)

... I'm sorry you had to pay such a steep initiation fee with that PSA and the suspected metastasis. ... (11 replies)
... core biopsy appears to have been done, which is a good sample, and only 3 were positive, the amount per core was not great, and the context of a reasonably low PSA suggests a fairly small volume of cancer. ... (9 replies)
... in the hormonal therapy. ... (8 replies)
... Hi again Ronnie, I'm responding to your post #21, and I'll insert thoughts in green. Jim Take care, Jim (31 replies)
... glad to help. Yes, I too am a patient with advanced prostate cancer, and intermittent hormonal therapy has been my only therapy for nearly eleven years now. ... (6 replies)
... drugs vacation on mine hormonal treatment. ... (9 replies)
... The short answer is that local therapy was and is almost certainly not capable of curing my case of prostate cancer. ... (9 replies)
... I've just posted a long response to Gleason 9 that covers single cycle intermittent blockade as well as multi cycle. ... (15 replies)
... Unless there is some kind of intervention. It could radiation. It could be lifestyle tactics. It could be hormonal therapy, or some combination. ... (10 replies)
... My PSA fell from 6.95 on January 23 to 6.08 on March 7! ... (9 replies)
... up radiation are significantly better when done when the PSA is low, especially below 0.5. ... (3 replies)
... Hi David, I'm inserting some comments in green. I found this older thread with your question because of your current post. I was checking to see where you were before answering. One of the things I do is review prostate cancer research proposals for the "Prostate Cancer Research Program", which is part of the "Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program," in other... (31 replies)
Hmcg7
Sep 15, 2017
... m convinced that radical prostatectomy patients should all be followed up with ultrasensitive PSA tests. ... (6 replies)
... I'm just learning about interfering antibodies that distort PSA results. They seem to exist but be extremely rare. ... (11 replies)
... do not detect small tumours, particularly in cases of PSA lower than 10. ... (8 replies)
... First, congratulations to your father on his great success in getting his PSA to fall below 1 in just several months! That's a wonderful response! ... (13 replies)
... Thank you for this valuable information about Celebrex. I'm guessing that this drug would be a consideration only after the first line hormonal therapy stops responding, right? ... (5 replies)




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