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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.
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 Tom Full on Wednesday.
Hello All. 4yrs ask my dad was diagnosed and treated for Prostate cancer (surgery), current PSA status is 0.0. But as a side effect it seems he is very bothered by being constipated to a point where sometimes hell just a have a small meal for the…Continue
Started by Dev. Last reply by E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott Jan 3.
I was recently told my PSA level jumped very high. My PCP recommended I see a urologist. I've now visited 2 and will need to get a biopsy. I'm looking for individuals in the Houston area that can help make recommendations or help direct me. I…Continue
Started by Carl Dec 27, 2019.
My PSA was <0.1 in March 2011, <0.1 in September 2011, 0.1 in March 2012, <0.2 in May 2012 (tested by GP), and 0.3 in August 2012 (again tested by the same GP). How aggressive is that increase?Continue
Started by Arthur Rollins. Last reply by Arthur Rollins Dec 27, 2019.
I have fairly recently experienced dry mouth. Google say a common cause of this malady is medications.There can be little doubt but that I am now and have been on a protocol which contains a large number of anticancer agents and supplements ala Dr.…Continue
Started by Don Oberlin. Last reply by Don Oberlin Dec 2, 2019.
SO, the Prostate has now been removed and I am in first week of recovery with a catheter. I have a question about how many other men have large swelling of the scrotum. It's now larger than a large grapefruit, and I am keep it on a towel stack and…Continue
Started by Jim Fink. Last reply by Tom Full Nov 22, 2019.