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... Baptista already suggested that you provide key information about the degree of seriousness of your son's case. Prostate cancer can range in seriousness from a case of dandruff to aggressive pancreatic cancer, but many cases are toward the milder side. ... (33 replies)
... cancer. That gives us two of the three characteristics used in the Partin Tables, with the PSA level being the other characteristic. ... (2 replies)
... tion for a Gleason 8 tumor that is well confined is ideal treatment. If you have a Gleason 8, you definitely NEED curative treatment if the cancer is within the range of the approach. ... (8 replies)

... D This is an especially important milestone, as the experts in hormonal therapy I've been following for the past decade have used the ability to get the PSA below 0. ... (10 replies)
Confused as hell.
Aug 24, 2009
... Kcon and daff have already posted some sound advice, and I would like to underline the value of the Primer. To a lot of us, it is the bible for prostate cancer, though there are other good books too. ... (31 replies)
... Using myself as an example, I'm pretty savvy now, but when I was diagnosed, I did not know there was such a thing as a DRE and I thought that the top score for a PSA test was 10. ... (22 replies)
... Your Gleason and PSA are fine, and in that program there is evidence that three positive cores in twelve total is not an unreasonable risk. ... (30 replies)
... I had a similar situation. Like you, I was within the normally accepted PSA range for my age. Yet, my primary doctor insisted that I visit a urologist since his concern was PSA velocity rather than PSA amplitude. ... (6 replies)
... I'm borrowing soaring's post from yesterday on the thread "Cyberknife cost" to make some points about the value of Active Surveillance. ... (7 replies)
... w, usually cancer that has spread beyond the capsule is not far from the capsule for a substantial time, as a rule. The odds are good that it will be within the range of radiation, and radiation in 2016 should be enough for a good chance of a cure, especially with a boost from ADT. ... (2 replies)
... and the time from the date of surgery until the PSA rose to 0. ... (14 replies)
... I did some research today to help me better understand an issue related to PSA and aggressive PCa. ... (13 replies)
... How does this look to you? Take care and hang in there, Jim :wave: :cool: (6 replies)
... Hi Scub, You've had some really fine replies from daff and Dale, so I'll just address a few points in green that you raised and that haven't been specifically covered yet, using an extract of your first post. Jim 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... (10 replies)
... If I had it to do over, I definitely would have had PSA tests and DRE exams much earlier so that I would not have found myself at the edge of a precipice when I was diagnosed. ... (32 replies)
... What is your current PSA and the date of the test? ... (57 replies)
... 1. Highly Skeptical of Chinese Study Conclusion of an Advantage for Surgery Over Radiation For High Gleason/Lower PSA Men: Study Appears Seriously Flawed and Unsupportable to Me, also Contrary to Reliable Research (Part 1 of 2 - Post is in two parts due to length restrictions.) 2. Some of us just want a person exuding authority to take control of our case and tell us... (44 replies)
... that prostate cancer cells feed on. When I had PSA done, the rule of thumb was to double the score, e.g. a 4 was considered an 8. ... (11 replies)
... and you have mine, but I don't see much value in worrying, if it's possible for you to avoid it. ... (31 replies)
... If the cancer was indeed fully removed, the PSA result will be essentially zero. If it remains essentially zero, there is no further action required by the patient. ... (31 replies)




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