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... It's not my desire to scare you with these ideas. I had prostate cancer at age 45 and had a radical prostatectomy at age 46. No chemo or radiation was done. ... (4 replies)
... but may you will find some hope and help here! ... (6 replies)
... of findings with regards to the intratumoral affairs of cancerous cells is revolutionizing the methods used in the hormonal treatment, and professionals will have to adjust and follow suit. After all, you have to feed the beast to keep him quiet. ... (21 replies)

... on October 8, but I'll add some thoughts now in green and hope they will be useful to you and your dad. ... (47 replies)
... This is a time for deep thinking and prayer by you and your husband. ... (10 replies)
... The pathologist that read my slides is a guy I know fairly well via my work and he divulged to my first urologist that in his career he never saw a fifty year old with my level of involvement and numbers. ... (50 replies)
... and I was facing a prognosis of three good years and then two declining years. ... (9 replies)
... it still looked pretty good. It probably is still good, but not good enough for an expert like Dr. Tucker who would like to see the ideal course for your father and especially would like to avoid a potential problem. I consider him worthy of your trust. ... (47 replies)
... Hello granbury74, Welcome to the board! :) I'll add a comment in green, as I've been-there, done-that regarding the belly fat in connection with hormonal blockade therapy. ;) (6 replies)
... Hi Chadas, I'll join got in expressing joy in your dad's inspiring response with that very low PSA of 0.04! :D Really wonderful! I'll add some comments in green. I know I saw your post a couple of days ago, but somehow I thought I had responded, but had not. Take care and continued good luck, Jim :wave: (46 replies)
... yesterday. I'll put my thoughts in green and use excerpts from your post. ... (27 replies)
... However, stress, too much caffeine and depression, may be a cause of the problem too. ... (13 replies)
... m for energy, relying on fat metabolism instead. That sets it apart from a number of other major cancers that do get much of their energy from sugar metabolism, and it's the reason why PET scans that look for glucose metabolism show little for prostate cancer in the earlier stages, which is what you were getting at, Rhonda. ... (26 replies)




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