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... I'm sorry your dad had such a rough introduction to prostate cancer. As "got" suggested, there is a realistic basis for optimism, though obviously your dad is facing challenging circumstances. ... (46 replies)
My husband
May 31, 2010
... I'm a prostate cancer survivor of a challenging case but not a medical professional. ... (12 replies)
... hours of working on my deck today. It's nice to get away from it. ... (4 replies)

... I'm borrowing soaring's post from yesterday on the thread "Cyberknife cost" to make some points about the value of Active Surveillance. ... (7 replies)
PCA3plus test
Nov 20, 2008
... from 2.5 to 2.9 to 3.9 in a two year period. Then retested again in three months and it was 4.2. ... (15 replies)
... That's definitely on the high side for a 52 year old, but the fluctuation makes me wonder if a chronic infection is driving the PSA, perhaps with partial contributions from the sources daff asked about. Has your urologist suggested the role of infection? ... (26 replies)
... Tim, Do you know the history of the PSA readings? ... (15 replies)
... I have also looked at two of the abstracts of papers involving Dr. ... (33 replies)
PSA Level
Jul 17, 2011
... From my now savvy layman's viewpoint, but with no enrolled medical education, I suspect that you have a waxing and waning prostate infection rather than prostate cancer. I'll insert some comments in green. ... (1 replies)
... Wow, you can really put a long post together! ... (31 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)
... 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)
... I'm coming late to your thread but thought you might want a response as your latest post has gone unanswered. I've read all the posts to date. I'll put some comments in green. ... (9 replies)
... We are a good group, but I hope you will not need to formally join us. ... (1 replies)
... I'm just getting back to the board from a heavy duty dose of cancer information, which I'll explain in another post. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Lonney - good to see you back! I'll insert some thoughts in green. Jim (17 replies)
I am so worry.
Feb 20, 2009
... We on the board all remember the worry when we got unexpected PSA results and understand where you are coming from. ... (8 replies)
... You obviously feel great about the treatment you had, but I must say I've not read that this treatment for cancer is better than any other relative to cure and side effects. In time, we'll know a lot more about this I'm sure, but for now there are many good options. ... (15 replies)
... and think I would have caught any studies that would give us recent data on success as measured by avoiding the type of rising PSA after treatment that is a sign of recurrence. ... (59 replies)
... Goody , as Able pointed out the Biopsy is only the next step in the chain tests you need to do, i had my PSA taken back in 2005 and moving from 3.5 to 5.4 and then to 8. ... (14 replies)


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