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... thats for your doc and you to decide. i had two positive cores with only 1mm cancer in each. WAY WAY early stage. my psa was only 1.45. they recommended a follow up biopsy at 12 months. needless to say, i got a second opinion. the second uro advised removal. ... (8 replies)
... This is pretty amazing stuff! ... (26 replies)
... One name for the PSA test is "Prostate Specific Anxiety" test. ... (5 replies)

... Your reaction sure sound normal and typical! Fortunately, prostate cancer is one of the slowest growing cancers, and we have an abundance of ways of controling or curing it for almost all of us. ... (10 replies)
... Getting back to your focus on active surveillance, careful patient selection is a key tactic for the major active surveillance programs. ... (30 replies)
... st PSA test result was 16.9, Nov. 2010, via primary care physician. ... (4 replies)
... procedures would suggest that this doctor, unless he is exceptionally more talented than his peers, is still on the learning curve. That means that there is a substantially increased chance of an error occuring that will cause you significant problems. ... (18 replies)
... ing that many Doctors try to rush you into surgery. The earlier and the less cancer you have, the better there success statisitcs are building. Gleason score 6 is about as low as they get, the ones that come back 5 most other labs would call a 6. ... (17 replies)
... enge of working towards a victory of defeating your enemy. Now it's acceptance of a likely life long relationship with eternal treatment. Unless I am wrong, this is how I feel. ... (3 replies)
... t have the knowledge or detailed thought patterns to give advice in payback for all the knowledge I gained on this site. Therefore my thanks is an update of my situation. ... (14 replies)
... At least your situation is now looking good with that late October PSA of 18.5! ... (5 replies)
... w of my colleagues. In general, the assessment was that I would be ill with advanced disease by five years and would likely die within ten...." p. 14 Well, he is alive, vigorous and doing well now at the ten year point. ... (0 replies)
... My PSA before surgery was 13. ... (6 replies)
... up had blood test done and the results indicated PSA level of 3. ... (8 replies)
... total PSA blood drawn. Yesterday I received the results. I'm not ashamed to say that I am scared and confused. ... (5 replies)
... in spite of a normal DRE, my GP sent me to a urologist, who said that my DRE was not normal, in that he found a firm area on one side. Based on this he has recommended a biopsy. ... (7 replies)
... Hi again sbear1102, I just responded to your other post, have read daff's response here, and will put some other thoughts in green. Jim Take care and keep on truckin', Jim :wave: (16 replies)
Nov 23, 2011
... After all, if the prostate is gone, then there would be no PSA remaining that isn't cancerous, while those with the prostate still intact would have PSA from normal prostate tissue, wouldn't they? ... (8 replies)
... The School of Hard Knocks has many graduates! What we aim for is a degree in success! ... (50 replies)
... with a diagnosis of prostate cancer in early 2007. First time ever PSA tests came in at 298 and 263. ... (5 replies)

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