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... I am not sure any more how good our local doctor is. When asked about nutrition he said high protein, low fat, but sounded a bit like it didn't matter that much. ... (33 replies)
... Please be aware that there are various positions on the subject of PC. All I've tried to communicate is what I'm doing and the results. There are different types of PC cells and of course all us humans are different. Also, I've had a nice decrease in PSA from 25 to a level of 5.4. ... (50 replies)
... Daff covered many of the thoughts that comes to mind. ... (10 replies)

... I want to congratulate you for the treatment and recovery. Coming out continent post op is not so common. You and I are from the lucky group. ... (2 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)
... I spent weeks and hundreds of hours researching different options for treatment. I talked personally with and via e mail with many , many men who had various treatments. ... (21 replies)
Surgery or Not
Jan 14, 2012
... I know I have prostate cancer but still feel that based on my diagnosis surgery is somewhat elective. My family, friends and oncologist want me to keep my scheduled surgery date at the end of February. ... (13 replies)
... I am a new member and have been reading through this thread with interest. I am 60 and been diagnosed with Prostate Cancer Geason 8.5. ... (18 replies)
... total PSA blood drawn. Yesterday I received the results. I'm not ashamed to say that I am scared and confused. ... (5 replies)
... up radiation. At PSA 3.02 chances are the PC was contained. Handed me off to a 2nd urologist that had the robotic training which complied. ... (2 replies)
... Rebelone above has given you an excellent example of prostate cancer running in the members of the same family. Surely you are doing well in discussing the matter now at your young age. ... (4 replies)
... Comparable results to open IF you have high volume surgeons at high volume centers. ... (3 replies)
Real or False
Mar 25, 2011
... New to the boards, I hope I do not have to hang around this particular board but If I do there seems to be quite a few that I will be able to relate to and visa versa..... ... (17 replies)
... have gone through this and are doing well. This has been a huge struggle for my husband, as I am sure it is for all who have received a prostate cancer diagnosis. He is starting to talk about it now. ... (13 replies)
... My husband was recently diagnosed with prostate cancer. His PSA was 11. ... (20 replies)
... My Dad Has advanced prostate cancer that has spread to his brain. He is 76 years young. ... (3 replies)
... Your diagnosis with a Gleason 8 is for high risk of recurrence. ... (6 replies)
... A close friend of mine was diagnoses with prostate cancer a month ago. He is 45 and his PSA at time of diagnosis was 3. ... (14 replies)

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