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... I appreciate your post above. I did my investigation at NCCN as you advised and got an insight of their recommendations for cases like mine. Surely the guidelines confirm HT as my next treatment. ... (15 replies)
... I'm sorry you have now entered a zone where anxiety is pretty much par for the course. In fact we have a joke that the Prostate Specific Antigen test is really the Prostate Specific Anxiety test. I have experienced that bounce you mentioned, but I'll insert some comments in green. ... (3 replies)
... year old otherwise healthy man semiretired professional. I was diagnosed with Advanced prostate cancer in 2007 during a routine colonoscopy by Internist, MD stat PSA of 39. ... (3 replies)

... Well, let me put my 2 cents in! I had a PSA test of 1.1 ! A year before it was higher at 1.5! Go figure. ... (11 replies)
... specified level of success. Last spring Dendreon announced that the trial had reached the required success level. ... (3 replies)
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... Your help will likely make a big difference in his care! ... (2 replies)
... I'm a first time poster as I found this board today on yet another search for good prostrate health information. In skimming through the first 20 pages of threads, there is a lot of stuff I was just not aware of. The books on prostrate health I've read were not as detailed or informative. ... (2 replies)
... s for your review. That's the way it struck me too, but I've been working with PC for so long that it's sometimes hard for me to see PC again from the viewpoint of someone who has just been diagnosed. ... (15 replies)
... First, though, I urge you to take up Tom's suggestion to search the board a bit, not just for my posts but for posts from others about cases with Gleason scores of 8 to 10. ... (31 replies)
... That's a good attitude, and attitude is important. ... (14 replies)
PSA Readings
Jul 7, 2009
... Just a quick update on the background, I am now 36 yrs old and in good general health. ... (1 replies)
... I did some research today to help me better understand an issue related to PSA and aggressive PCa. The main reason my oncologist does not want to wait for a rise in PSA is his claim that PCa can turn aggressive without a significant rise in PSA. ... (13 replies)
... First time here, although I have been reading avidly for the last couple of days. ... (7 replies)
... The diagnosis comes as a stunning shock to most of us, especially if we are on the young side, fit and in good health! ... (7 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)
... I've read the helpful responses you have already received, and I'm glad your mind has eased a bit. ... (13 replies)
Oct 11, 2009
... treated result, then most guys on this board are envious of such a low value. ... (2 replies)
... at least for this post, but I'll keep a lot of the joyful text as I am continuing to do very well. ... (5 replies)
... I just saw your post with the catchy title as I'm getting familiar with the board. I guess you are getting comfortable with your prospects now with nearly a year under your belt, but I wanted to add a little more encouragement to some of the good information in the replies you got. ... (22 replies)

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