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... My first reaction was not to believe him. ... (3 replies)
... I too would like to welcome you to the board with your case that poses some extra challenges. ... (9 replies)
... colleagues who are here to help each other, and I believe you will enjoy the fellowship of the board. ... (10 replies)

... in green where you might be helped by other thoughts or for emphasis of what he said. ... (70 replies)
... and I'm sure it brings back those memories to many of us. ... (70 replies)
... and it makes a heck of a difference. Congratulations to your cousin for this preliminary but major success, and to Dr. Menon too! ... (11 replies)
One month after...
Nov 14, 2012
... on the board for the past couple of months and I appreciate the help I received in making my "knife vs nuke" decision. Since that part of its over I figured that it was time to join up and share my experiences. ... (0 replies)
... ems from the thread started by nharper, entitled "father diagnosed ... need honest responses". I hope this information will help her and her dad, but I realized a lot more of us could benefit by getting an impression of what the two books are like. These books have been a great help to me. ... (0 replies)
... I am one of the responders on the board who has been dealing with a challenging case, in fact dealing with it for nearly nine years, and I'm somewhat familiar with the territory you are describing. ... (3 replies)
Just Diagnosed
Jan 26, 2008
... Richard, I'll intersperse comments in green. Jim You're welcome. That's what we are all here for. Hang in there. Jim (4 replies)
... just to make sure your mind is nice and full! ... (31 replies)
... Welcome to the Board! ... (6 replies)
... With daff and our other posters. I would like to welcome you and your husband to this club of those directly involved with prostate cancer that none of us wanted to join. While the disease can be quite a burden, at least for a while for many of us, the members of the club are great people! ... (23 replies)
... down happy optimism, but optimism nonetheless, based on advances in treating prostate cancer that have emerged especially during the past ten years or so. ... (3 replies)
... Welcome to the board! It is good to see another eleventh year survivor participating! ... (3 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. By the way, does he have any ferrous implants that could be affected by the substantially more powerful magnetic field? ... (44 replies)
Gleason 9
May 24, 2008
... I'm so sorry you and your husband have been so rudely recruited into our club of prostate cancer survivors. ... (11 replies)
... You are doing the right thing by trying to learn about the disease and your situation. ... (10 replies)
Stressed out!
Jun 27, 2009
... Hi and welcome to the board! ... (26 replies)
... This is another significant day for me, and in the joy of the Christmas season of 2007, feeling great and with my prostate cancer reasonably under control, I vividly remember December 27 of 2000. ... (5 replies)

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