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The "New" Prostate Cancer InfoLink Social Network is a service of Prostate Cancer International and is closely associated with the core information and daily news made available through The "New" Prostate Cancer InfoLink. We welcome patients, family members, physicians, researchers, and anyone else who is seeking information about what's happening on Planet Prostate Cancer.

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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.

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Stephen Pendergast commented on Bob Shiell's group Good News and Great Outcomes!
"I had an advanced cancer, Gleason 9, 10/12 cores, stage T3, invasion of seminal vesicles, but no lymph nodes, PSA 7.5. I had a radical 6 weeks ago. No problem with incontinence (except what to do with all the supplies I laid in), and PSA was 0.035.…"
11 hours ago
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Good News and Great Outcomes!

A place where men with positive outcomes from a diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer can share their stories. Give us all your good news here! Many men do REALLY well after treatmentSee More
11 hours ago
Lisa Louise left a comment for E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott
"Thanks for your reply. We are very confused in some of this and do have a second opinion appointment scheduled. The article you recommended is exactly what i needed to read but he is somewhat close-minded.  It doesn't help that one of his…"
11 hours ago
Stephen Pendergast posted a status
"Had a radical prostatectomy 6 weeks ago. Good news, my first PSA result as 0.035. Surgeon wants retesting every 3 month. Is 1 month better?"
11 hours ago
Stephen Pendergast posted a blog post
11 hours ago
Ronald Martin Rosen commented on E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott's group Proton-beam radiation therapy (PBRT)
"Hi Mike, I think the US government should go further than it does to protect the American public by insisting all US doctors or especially those who see the most HIFU patients keep outcome studies. This lack of responsibility to serve the people of…"
12 hours ago
Steve Thomas replied to Delhasse's discussion Fasting really helps my PSA going down
"Hello Michael,  I posted my background info. when I joined this excellent forum a while back... After this past year on Lupron, I've developed major cognitive, fatigue, and memory problem. Not worked driving the bus due to these…"
12 hours ago
E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott left a comment for Lisa Louise
"Welcome Lisa. So before your husband rushes off to get surgery (with or without assistance from a da Vinci robot), you need to understand that he seems to have a low-risk prostate cancer and this may not need treatment at all in the immediate…"
12 hours ago
Profile IconLisa Louise, Ritshel Cadet and Patricia Schweitzer joined The "New" Prostate Cancer InfoLink Social Network
13 hours ago
E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott replied to Delhasse's discussion Fasting really helps my PSA going down
"Pierre: A decrease in your PSA level means that there is less PSA in your bloodstream. We do not actually know that this correlates with "less cancer cells in your body". That's one of the problems with the PSA test. It may be true in…"
16 hours ago
Delhasse replied to Delhasse's discussion Fasting really helps my PSA going down
"next month I'll fast again and then I'll tell you how low my PSA has gone I hope that it will go down again and again and that in the long term it will be effective It's the same with my prayers, nobody can scientifically prove that…"
17 hours ago
E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott commented on Ritshel Cadet's status
"Ritshel:Here is a link to a full text review article entitled "Current state of prostate cancer in Jamaica," and published just this year. You should probably look at the references at the end of that article for other sources of more…"
21 hours ago
Ritshel Cadet posted a status
"Hello, I AM making research on prostate cancer in Jamaica. Will you help me find some related articles?"
yesterday
E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott replied to Delhasse's discussion Fasting really helps my PSA going down
"I do think we all need to be clear that the good Dr. Longo is NOT a physician. He is a biochemist with specialized interests in the biology of aging (which is a very hot topic on the West Coast of American, where there are lot of people who think…"
yesterday
E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott commented on E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott's group Proton-beam radiation therapy (PBRT)
"Dear Ron: I am not sure what you mean when you say "Shame on the US government for allowing this to happen." The US Food & Drug Administration told the companies what trials they felt needed to be done to gain approval of these…"
yesterday
E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott left a comment for Ritshel Cadet
"Welcome Ritshel. If you haven't been diagnosed with prostate cancer, how can we help you, and what are you doing research about/for? Do you have a friend or a relative on whose behalf you are trying to do some research?"
yesterday
E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott left a comment for Rachel Canales
"Rachel: If you think your husband is willing to talk to someone, I would suggest he talks to Tony Crispino. I don't know to what extent Tony went through any "pulling away/depression". What I do know is that Tony was also diagnosed…"
yesterday
Steve Thomas replied to Delhasse's discussion Fasting really helps my PSA going down
"Hello Pierre, I got your specifics on your fast;  VERY important to me was emphasizing that 7 days may help to starve the cancer cells faster than he healthy ones. I studied and fasted a few times in the '80's, and will re-study more…"
yesterday
Rachel Canales left a comment for E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott
"Hi Mike. Thank you so much for sending me to Faye. She is wonderful. I was wondering if there are any men that talk to other men that have gone through the pulling away/depression? I just thought maybe he would be willing to talk to someone if…"
yesterday
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Fasting really helps my PSA going down 7 Replies

I'm 56 years old18 months ago my prostate was removed (Gleason 7)then PSA was undetectable, I thought I was saved but...8 months ago PSA was 0.10, one month later 0.11 one month later 0.11 then 0.12…Continue

Started by Delhasse. Last reply by Steve Thomas 12 hours ago.

Rising PSA! 28 Replies

Thought I would reach out to forum, as I continue dialogue with Mike as well.  Am 70 years old and was diagnosed 10 years ago, with gleason 9. Had surgery which was not curative, an started on Lupron…Continue

Started by robert troy. Last reply by Don Oberlin Oct 9.

decision 14 Replies

Guys,I am presently 64 years old and in good health.  12/2010 I was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer.  I told my story on this site.  My Gleason was 6, with cancer only on right lower quadrant.  I went…Continue

Started by Joseph York. Last reply by Joseph York Oct 7.

Surgical Travel 22 Replies

Men are going from the US to Dominican Republic and other places for HIFU. This is a form of tourism for men who have means. And men come to the US for surgery, radiation, and more; they too have…Continue

Started by Arnon Krongrad, MD. Last reply by Ronald Martin Rosen Oct 6.

New Consumer Reports Article 3 Replies

In the new, Nov, 2014, issue of Consumer Reports, page 43, they talk about "Outrage No. 3 Pushing the New and Flashy" - talking about Laparoscopic  instruments, and indirectly the LRP. They say that…Continue

Started by Sam. Last reply by E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott Oct 4.

Upgrade from gleeson 6 to 7.3+4 9 Replies

After 12mths on active surviellance received the news on repeat biopsy of another 4cores positive.One core 100 percent gleeson 3+4 another 75percent Gleeson 3+4.The other 2 cores gleeson 3+3.Over 2…Continue

Started by Kingsley. Last reply by Keith K Sep 24.

cryotheraphy 3 Replies

I am 66 years old.   PSA 11, Gleason score 8, T1 is the clinical stage (stage 1.)   I have Type 2 diabetes complicated with an associated medical problem-- interigo in the scrotum (and sometimes…Continue

Started by Earl Hargrove. Last reply by E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott Sep 22.

TIME to GET CLOSER TO THE REAL TRUTH 1 Reply

Mr.Mark Emberton & his colleagues Mr. Hashim Ahmed, et. al who perform HIFU intervention at University College Hospital have been meticulously collecting outcome data for years. For those of you…Continue

Started by Ronald Martin Rosen. Last reply by Ronald Martin Rosen Sep 17.

Petition to test Salvestrols 14 Replies

I have started a petition on WhiteHouse.gov for conducting clinical trials on Salvestrols, a potential cure for cancer. The link to the petition is here…Continue

Started by David Grothe. Last reply by John L Sep 16.

Salvestrols Against Hormone Refractory Prostate Cancer 485 Replies

Salvestrols have been discovered by the same scientists that discovered Abiraterone, hailed as the new wonder drug for the treatment of advanced metastatic castrate resistant prostate cancer.…Continue

Started by Prof Gerry Potter. Last reply by Dan S Sep 15.

 
 
 

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