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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.
Hi ,Update on my heath and need some guidance.Started Xtandi on the 15 th of March 2019 and my PSA was 19 on July I also did my Lupron injection and my doctor allowed me to go for summer vacation.Now that I am back I had another test and my PSA…Continue
Started by Jimmy Papas. Last reply by E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott 23 hours ago.
I had prostate surgery 10 years ago. For the first few years after surgery my PSA was "undetectable". For the last couple of years, it has basically been on a slow increase. In 12/17 my PSA was .16; in 4/18 it was .13; in 7/18 it was <.13; in…Continue
Started by Ken. Last reply by Ken on Sunday.
Please see my stats for details on my recurrent cancer. After more than 4 PET scans at the Mayo in 2017, my oncologist said I should wait until my PSA has risen to 8 before getting another scan because the cancer remained undetectable. Then in…Continue
Started by Tom Full. Last reply by Kate O'Hara Sep 30.
Hi I had my prostrate removed at MSK by Dr Eastham 8/16/18 He saw no spread of the disease My pre surgery PSA 4.6 f My Post Surgery PSA on 9/28/18 and 2/1/19 below .05 ng/ml. or non detectable. The only other PSA was recently for some reason 9/18/19…Continue
Started by keith gerety. Last reply by keith gerety Sep 27.
Hi all, I hope you are well, or at least hanging in there! My husband, age 67, has been recently diagnosed mCNPC, with metastasis to various areas of the skeleton. He was advised to start on ADT, and eventually decide whether to do the chemo…Continue
Started by Kate O'Hara. Last reply by Kate O'Hara Sep 23.
I was diagnosed after a truss biopsy done June 19th 2019 with the following findings : Intermediate pca, tc2, Gleason 7 favorable ( 3plus 4)12 cores were taken; 6 cores were low Gleason 6 (3 plus 3 ) One core was the Gleason 7 favorable (3 plus…Continue
Started by mark rettman. Last reply by mark rettman Aug 22.