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    Mr B....You have gotten some excellent advise...

    Mr B....You have gotten some excellent advise above.

    I suggest you do some in-depth research, here, several books, major hospital websites, and get some better informed advise from radiation...
  2. Thread: A rough week.

    by garyi
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    Death unfortunately is inevitable. We learn to...

    Death unfortunately is inevitable. We learn to watch friends and relative go, as we learn to live with the the inescapable. Don't allow bad news to drag you into the gutter.

    Charlie Brown: We only...
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    How in the world would she know that? :p

    How in the world would she know that? :p
  4. Since you, and I, haven't had one for some time,...

    Since you, and I, haven't had one for some time, why concern yourself with it? ;)
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    ADT increases the risk of Alzheimer's???

    ADT Associated With Alzheimer Disease, Dementia in Prostate Cancer Survivors
    Rachel Narozniak
    Published: Tuesday, Aug 06, 2019

    Androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) increases the risk of subsequent...
  6. Seems like you're gonna need to find something...

    Seems like you're gonna need to find something other than PCa to worry about, Doug :p

    Congrats....
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    No use second guessing at this point. Go enjoy...

    No use second guessing at this point. Go enjoy your vacation, and get ADT as soon as you get back.

    Relax...I think marijuana is legal in Oregon. ;)
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    Darn, you are a blessed and eloquent writer,...

    Darn, you are a blessed and eloquent writer, Rob....well said! :up:
  9. Surgery advocates often imply ......really?...

    Surgery advocates often imply ......really? "often"?? Just where are studies to back up that statement???

    I suggest it falls under confirmation bias. Primary RT has a valuable place in the...
  10. I've read this study before. Not surprisingly,...

    I've read this study before. Not surprisingly, I'm not as enthusiastic as ASA seems to be. ;)

    1. Better said, there are NO simple or easily accessible salvage treatments after failed RT.

    2....
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    I agree.... Making your decision brings some...

    I agree....

    Making your decision brings some much needed relief. Lose weight, if needed, kegels like crazy, get an abdominal binder, and relax. I think your surgery, short hospital stay and...
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    LOL 8-) Darn, you're hard to please. Celebrate,...

    LOL 8-) Darn, you're hard to please. Celebrate, Wilde :grin:
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    I'm sure you've been through a lot, Vicky. Sorry...

    I'm sure you've been through a lot, Vicky. Sorry to learn of your loss and hoping you can get on with your life.
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    djust....You might also want to have a very...

    djust....You might also want to have a very serious discussion with him about the advisability of going with open surgery in the first place, with as much experience as he has, and given your hernia...
  15. Not just funny, but hilarious....and sadly, all...

    Not just funny, but hilarious....and sadly, all too common!
  16. Thread: Odd PSA results

    by garyi
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    Not quite right, IMHO. As many on this and...

    Not quite right, IMHO.

    As many on this and other forums have discovered, sometimes very painfully, "trust BUT verify!" :up:

    My PSA rose very slowing in the 15 years preceding my diagnosis. It...
  17. Very interesting material for consideration and...

    Very interesting material for consideration and study. Of course no clear answers, but good data, none the less.

    Thanks Djin and Michael :up:
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    Probably helps with ED also..... ;)

    Probably helps with ED also..... ;)
  19. The reason I can't find comfort in what your RO...

    The reason I can't find comfort in what your RO told you is what are the chances of any RO following the same patient for 10, 15 or 20 years? The chances for secondary cancers, in my posted research,...
  20. Hope this isn't redundant...thanks to my friend,...

    Hope this isn't redundant...thanks to my friend, Allen Edel:

    PSMA PET finds more cancer than Axumin


    A PSMA PET scan (Ga-68-PSMA-11) detected more sites of cancer than an Axumin PET scan in...
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    All that was a pleasure! It was trying to walk in...

    All that was a pleasure! It was trying to walk in high heel shoes that I found difficult. ;)
  22. Thread: Odd PSA results

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    Better first interview apps for all medical...

    Better first interview apps for all medical specialists is long overdue, IMHO. With results they can share with patients!

    Rosacea link to PCa....really??? ...
  23. Thread: Best RO?

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    Yes, but only remotely, and for years. He, and...

    Yes, but only remotely, and for years. He, and UCLA, is as good as you will find for any radiation, and the difficulties of remote treatment will not get you any better based on my years of...
  24. Thread: Best RO?

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    Don't screw around....and don't knock yourself...

    Don't screw around....and don't knock yourself out!

    You will not find a more knowledgeable, more compassionate RO than Chris King of UCLA, anywhere.
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    Amen to that :up:

    Amen to that :up:
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