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... You've had some helpful replies already, but I'll add a few points in green to an excerpt of your initial post. I'll be second guessing the doctors, but please be aware that I have had no enrolled medical education. ... (5 replies)
Change of life
May 23, 2010
... 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. ... (19 replies)
... Thank you, Jim! That last comment made me feel a bit emotional. It means a lot coming from you. ... (6 replies)

... specified level of success. Last spring Dendreon announced that the trial had reached the required success level. ... (3 replies)
... There are a lot of questions about this topic on this board, and it's helpful to learn what our doctors are learning about it. ... (2 replies)
... I am delighted to be celebrating today my eighth anniversary as a survivor of a challenging case of prostate cancer, incurable but hopefully still controlable, with an excellent quality of life. ... (0 replies)
... I know that lymph node result is not as good as you hoped, but it could have been a lot worse. ... (1 replies)
... there really are no such requirements to be a board member. ... (17 replies)
... Hi again medved, Welcome back to the board. :wave: I'll insert some comments in green. Jim (2 replies)
... My impression has been that unimproved MRI that is not multiparametric and without an endorectal coil is not so good". ... (44 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. The significance is that it's looking more like active surveillance deserves a lot of attention in your thinking about options, based on what you know at the moment. ... (18 replies)
... primary hormonal blockade therapy, with "primary" meaning that it is used as the sole therapy, at least until it fails or the patient elects another option. It's the class of therapy your wife is asking about. ... (31 replies)
... I'll insert some thoughts in green. I'm a layman patient with no medical credentials, so please bear that in mind. ... (10 replies)
... years out for a challenging case where surgery was not considered an option, starting with a baseline PSA of 113. ... (11 replies)
... I'm replying to your post right before the post from Tom, "Gleason9." I'm so glad you are hearing from others, and what a great account of "The King's Speech." I've been looking forward to it and am now even more eager to see it. I'll put some thoughts in green. ... (14 replies)
... I just finished my other post to you, which I had to interrupt. Now I see that earlier PSA of 3 with the increase to 8 in one year. ... (18 replies)
... It's a fine board though none of us are glad we had a reason to join. Like you, I have a challenging case, though I was delighted when no detectable metastases were found on the bone, CT and ProstaScint scans. ... (2 replies)
... I think it's possible that all the cancer is within the prostate, and there is some logical support for that, but not conclusive. ... (72 replies)
... researcher with a worldwide reputation from Toronto, Canada, gave a major presentation. He is generally regarded as the lead guru for Active Surveillance. ... (2 replies)

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