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One of our primary goals is to help newly diagnosed men to come to the best possible decision for them about a specific course of action. Given two men with exactly the same clinical characteristics, the best possible decision for man A may be very different to the best possible decision for man B.
My husband is undergoing ADT. I have read a couple of articles - one that indicates there is a link between ADT and dementia and another that says there is no link. Does anyone have experience or knowledge of this link?Continue
Started by Patricia Peterson. Last reply by Steven Hess on Saturday.
Received pathology report. 11 of 12 cores benign. 1 core cancerous - Left Apex 25%, .15cm long. GS 7(3+4). PNI id'd - T1c. DRE - ok. My concerns are the cancer is in the APEX where capsule doesn't exist & PNI. With such a small area exposed -…Continue
Started by Rich Garland. Last reply by Rich Garland Sep 17.
I am 75 years old, in good health and recently had a prostate biopsy which resulted in a low risk Gleason score of 3+3=6. After lots of research and reading, it seems to me the best approach would be Active Surveillance as my life expectancy is…Continue
Started by Arthur Heath. Last reply by Alan Kousen Sep 15.
Looking to talk patients of Dr. Men on At Henry Ford Hospital. Success rate of protecting surrounding nerves, recovery...etc?
Started by Scott Sep 13.
Ive had a 3t mri which shows a .9 cm tumor(most likely) 4/5 pi rads, doc wanted to do a trus sampling but i opted for 3 samples just from the tumor itself, i figure the treatment will likely be the same. Your thoughts are very much appreciated
Started by Ron chapman. Last reply by E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott Sep 6.
Age: 55PSA level: 4,72biopsy 2016: 2/10 positive gleason 6biopsy 2017: 4/12 positive all gleason 6Doctor recommended radical prostacomy but I am searching for other options. Has anyone the same diagnosis? I am looking for advices expecialy about…Continue
Started by Helena. Last reply by E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott Aug 30.