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... My initial PSA was 13.5 in November, 2006. Bone scan and CT scan were both negative. ... (2 replies)
... Hello there Hamel, no experience here as my fil's cancer is advanced and they would not do a prostatectomy, although he is having routine psa checks while on his hormonal therapy to monitor for any progression of his disease. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. My dad had a 1.9 after surgery and radiation therapy. I can't remember what his PSA was before surgery, but it was well within the cancer range. Apparently, once you go through these treatments, it should be pretty close to 0. ... (5 replies)

... This is a reply to your post of April 15. ... (41 replies)
... Don' think that Loma Linda is the cure all for post surgical prostate with a later rise in PSA. I had surgery in 2002 was PSA free for three years. ... (14 replies)
First PSA 15.2
Jan 15, 2011
... risk prostate cancer just before his 51st birthday. It was also his very first PSA test and came as a terrible shock. ... (13 replies)
... Take care.....Lionel (8 replies)
... nything else so far. Because I had a bladder neck scar tissue problem from my surgery 3 years ago, I'm an concerned whether this will be a problem again from the radiation sometime in the future. ... (19 replies)
... My initial treatment was radiation, and side effects were minimal (I had proton beam radiation which is very highly targeted, but I don't think this treatment is available in Australia). There have been great advances in administering radiation, and my suggestion would be to inquire about whether the facility your are going to is using the latest generation of equipment. I... (19 replies)
... at have had chemo along with the radiation, but I understand that preliminary findings are favorable, at least from the perspective of seeing more rapid drops in PSA post treatment than for those not receiving chemo. I did not choose to have it, but there were several that did, while I was there. ... (59 replies)
... Hi Rhonda, You asked the following in response to my post just prior to yours: One point that's clear is that Irv does not have a low-risk case. I don't feel confident beyond that regarding salvage radiation, but you hit the nail on the head in your phrase that it will need to be weighed with considerable thought and caution. In a very rough sense, Irv and I are... (52 replies)
... Hi, I have been browsing these boards for a while. I am worried about my farther and any input would be much appreciated. He had PC surgery in March of 2008. The pathology showed the following: “Gleason grade 4+5, with established extraprostatic extension and perineural invasion. No definitive involvement of margins or seminal vesicles “. He did not start his radiation... (2 replies)
... Thank you so much for your response and time. I appreciate it!!! I am not good with computers and I hope that I am replying correctly. Have a great week! Rosie (14 replies)
... fter 9 months it raised to 0.3. Now I am getting tomotherapy. Today is my 3rd session. Doctor suggests Casodex together with the radiation. But I asked to do the radiation 34 sessions first. ... (5 replies)
... op PSA isn't undetectable they'll probable want to follow up with radiation of the prostate bed to clean up any cancerous tissue the surgery may have missed. ... (3 replies)
... and a grade of T2a. I had Brachytherapy at the Cleveland Clinic on April 30, about 6 months ago. I was told to expect a drop in my PSA to about 3, but am happy to report that yesterday I learned that it had dropped to just 2.3. ... (2 replies)
PSA of 246
Jun 18, 2013
... tissue sample taken during cytoscopy. Nothing out of the ordinary detected at this time. Will have additional blood work done in 10 weeks to recheck PSA. Will post results at that time. ... (12 replies)
... months out. UCLA put me on hormone blockade 2 weeks prior to my Radiation therapy. ... (52 replies)
... if you can slow any PSA doubling time way down, you have probably won the game. That's why there is such great interest in quality pomegranate juice and extract. ... (9 replies)
... I thought I would post this for those out there that have high Gleasons. We hear a lot of negative stuff or stuff that doesn't seem to apply to us so I wanted to share my good news. ... (7 replies)


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