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... effects. Its suited to the older man in fragile health who can't undergo the rigors of either radical surgery or the lengthy periods required for the established radiation therapies such as IMRT, HD Brachytherapy, Conformal EBRT or the newer and highly regarded Proton Beam therapy. ... (13 replies)
... You addressed this to Jim but I thought I'd throw my two cents worth in. Good news that your PSA readings haven't changed much. ... (25 replies)
... I haven't posted for couple of months, there is now new information to post. I had the biopsy two weeks ago, and saw the Dr. for a followup today. One of eight samples had a minor percentage of cancer. I am fortunate in catching it so early. I was assigned a gleason's of 6. I am now going to consult again with my family Dr. and will see the urologist again in two... (58 replies)

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... he knows what the PSA pattern should look like, including the odds of recurrence at different ultrasensitive PSA levels. ... (27 replies)
... You can't do a biopsy within two years of doing radiation because the radiation will have wiped out all the cancer in the prostate and capsule. ... (35 replies)
... I'm sorry for your misfortune. We have had some board participants post about epididymus, and I hope you will get a response about your question. ... (5 replies)
... I've spread myself thin lately and am aware you have a number of questions. I'll try to get to them all soon, but here's what I know about your post below. ... (7 replies)
... I never got a handle on my doubling time either. My first ever PSA was 113.6, and within two weeks I had my first Lupron shot. ... (13 replies)
... rrows in the dark, and expect to hit your target. I printed out your post, took it with me to ask the doctor directly. Jim, your point about getting additional PSA history is well taken. Dad was getting tested 2 x ea year, so I'll see if I can get that info. ... (31 replies)
... or 0.01, and they will gain great peace of mind. They still need to regularly monitor with PSA and perhaps other tests, but the chances that they have been cured are extremely high. Wouldn't you agree that that is a huge benefit? ... (27 replies)
... PM. I'll insert some thoughts in green in an excerpt of your post just before your last post.. ... (9 replies)
... Those two PSA tests indicate a doubling time of 7.04 months, using the nomogram from Memorial Sloan Kettering. ... (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. ... (14 replies)
... I'll intersperse some comments in green in your post below. ... (1 replies)
... months. My first post treatment PSA test is scheduled for the middle of May. ... (17 replies)
... Your dad is fortunate to have you working to help him, and it is clear from your post that the family is rallying around him. This is one of those times when families can play such an important role. ... (10 replies)
Update: robotic RP
Apr 24, 2008
... Though there isn't much on bounce in your particular circumstances, there is a lot on bounces generally after radiation for prostate cancer. I got 28 hits on the Government site www.pubmed. ... (10 replies)
... I hope you will post how he reacts. ... (50 replies)
... targeted radiation are real breakthroughs! ... (26 replies)


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