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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.
Might a $100 home digital scale that measures weight, bone mass, muscle mass, body fat, hydration and weight via BIA (body impedance analysis) -- NOT BMI, help guide us? If it shows bone loss…Continue
Started by Lee Green. Last reply by E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott yesterday.
Would any of the researchers in the group be interested in submitting a proposal to NIH/NCI CAM to perform a clinical trial on Salvestrols. They have funding and this is just the kind of study that…Continue
Started by David Grothe. Last reply by frank defazio on Sunday.
Hoping for some advice! Very scared for my husband. He has just turned 60, was having some intermittent hip pain, and they discovered tumor. PSA 19. Biopsied Thursday, results yesterday: Gleason…Continue
Started by K Thomas. Last reply by K Thomas on Sunday.
Hi Everyone,My worst nightmare came true yesterday afternoon. My doc gave me the biopsy report after weeks of stress and denial. I could tell it was bad news just looking at his face as he entered…Continue
Started by David Dodson.. Last reply by Steven Hess Feb 20.
I've seen many posts on various forums about the danger of ingesting sugar when one has prostate cancer, especially recurring prostate cancer. I've also seen many conflicting websites on the topic.…Continue
Started by Dave S.. Last reply by E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott Feb 20.
Hello Everyone,I'm writing as the spouse of someone (age 57) who has a PSA of 5.27 and a %FPSA of 14.4 (negative DRE). My question concerns regular random biopsies vs. color doppler-assisted…Continue
Started by Mary Oliver. Last reply by E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott Feb 16.
I feel like a little kid holding the closet door closed - he's convinced that there's a monster in there, but is afraid to look inside to see.With undetectable PSA, when does it make sense to go off…Continue
Started by Robert Heavey. Last reply by Robert Heavey Feb 7.
Hello everyone. My husband has T3bNi stage IV PC.. He had robotic surgery in Oct 2013 and started on Lupron a year ago this month. He is tolerating the Lupron with little side effects and his PSA…Continue
Started by patty a. Last reply by E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott Feb 6.