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Just diagnosed
Apr 12, 2019
... s old situation way back in 2011. One very important point is that there has been great progress since then. ... (5 replies)
Joining the club
Feb 28, 2019
... ce my diagnosis, and now, thanks to a curative attempt with modern radiation technology in 2013, supported by modern imaging and androgen deprivation therapy, my PSA tests indicate that I have been cured, though that is not a guarantee. ... (4 replies)
... ily background, though I did not know that the cancer that got my paternal grandfather was prostate cancer until after my own diagnosis at age 56 as 1999 drew to a close. ... (1 replies)

... just a memory of some good help. ... (17 replies)
... By the way, your name applied to me too, but I'm doing very well in my ninth year controlling the bone density with Fosamax for most of the time, then Boniva, both with calcium and vitamin D3 supplements. I'm now at close to normal for bone density. ... (5 replies)
... Hello captain2, Welcome to the board! :wave: I'll add some thoughts in green in addition to the key point made in the previous post. (2 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)
... 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)
... Your help will likely make a big difference in his care! ... (2 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)
First PSA 15.2
Jan 17, 2011
... I'm curious about those three times, but maybe you will be able to add a fourth! ... (13 replies)
... This is a time for deep thinking and prayer by you and your husband. ... (10 replies)
... Welcome to the board! It is good to see another eleventh year survivor participating! ... (3 replies)
... It sure is easier to think about all this when you are not on the firing line yourself, as you are now. ... (10 replies)
... s view is that you should get that biopsy. It is far from a sure thing that it will reveal cancer, but there are several clues that in combination argue for going ahead now. First, your PSA of 7. ... (1 replies)
... s an interesting coincidence that this is my 2,000th post. ... (3 replies)
Psa increasing
Jun 21, 2008
... Here are a few more things to consider. ... (8 replies)
... Hello this is my first post here after getting a standard PSA of 8. ... (2 replies)
... s MRI seems to have some of the characteristics of a mpMRI, though obviously at the lower resolution 1.5T than the higher 3T. ... (44 replies)
... for prostate cancer instead of immediate treatment. I hope that discussion continues, but because age is such an important factor in the thinking of the major Active Surveillance programs in the US and world, and because their approaches differ substantially, I thought it deserved a separate thread. ... (22 replies)

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