47 advance Prostate Cancer
Doug4729 minutes ago
I am 47, I have advanced prostate cancer. I just got my results for my lymph node biopsy which came back with cancer. So, I’m stage 4. I am ...
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Testosterone and Lupron
Craigslifean hour ago
My husbands oncologist wants my husband to get back on Lupron. DH’s testosterone is 1.2. Is there any benefit to Lupron when your testoste...
Biochemical recurrence...now what?
shueswim4 hours ago
I was diagnosed with G9 PCa back in ‘16. After an RP with positive margins and an undetectable PSA I chose to undergo adjuvant RT and a year...
Elevated PSA post surgery
Alexa12345 hours ago
Hello, I am new to this forum. My father , aged 67 years underwent robotic radical prostatectomy on 27/7/2018. His PSA on 15/9/18 is 7.20. i...
considering SBRT for localized pca
wa64hoos7 hours ago
I'm newly diagnosed with localized pca. Not too bad I have 3-4, 3-4, 3-4 and 3-3, 3-3
out of 12 cores. They suggested watch and wait but with...
Docetaxel + Carboplatin + Radiation
2sunflowers7 hours ago
Please advise what to expect with side effects & what to do.
My story - 16 years with metastatic prostate cancer - I’ve had just about everything
HighCadence11 hours ago
I'm fairly new to this site, but a long time PCa sufferer.
This is my story:
Date: November 2002
Age at diagnosis: 37
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Is a cure still possible post-RP?
Blackpatch14 hours ago
I had an RRP in Dec 17 after PSA of 15, clear PSMA scan... resulting in pT3b with G7=4+3 and 5% tertiary 5 with lymphovascular invasion. N...
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Up for 3 year review for disability eligibility .???
Lulu70020 hours ago
Will I still qualify? Originally I was in bad shape. Stage #4 , Tumors blocking urethra forcing Kidney failure, spread to bladder, 2 lym...
RustyDakota21 hours ago
Looks like my PSA bottomed out in June at 1.4. That was a couple months after I finished chemo. Last month it was up to 1.8. Today it wa...
New radiopharmaceutical (Ac-225-PSMA-617) has high rates of remission in early trials
Tall_Allena day ago
Ac-225-PSMA-617 is an alpha particle emitter that targets prostate cancer cells. Lu-177-PSMA-617 is a beta particle emitter that targets pro...
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Zytiga, with and without food
cbgjra day agoPOPULAR
In a few weeks I'll start taking Zytiga, following taxotere chemo.
There have been discussions on this group about taking Zytiga with a lo...
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Proton Treatment Completed!
Chowwana day ago
Just wanted to give everyone an update. I completed my pencil beam proton treatment on July 26, 2018 at California Protons in Sa...
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More bad news
Hopeseekera day agoPOPULAR
Seems like all we get is bad news. 4wks ago I posted how my dad’s PSA went from 3.5 to 10 in 4wks after being switched from Zytiga to Xtandi...
Cynthgoba day ago
Husbands psa up to 9.5 but testerone 0.34. This has been after six rounds of chemo and a year after diagnosis. My question is if the T keeps...
How long to ride the Lupron train after salvage RT?
G9doingfine2 days ago
Hi all !
Any thoughts on stopping Lupron before a 2 year post Radiation schedule ?
I have had 5 injections thus far and psa has been undetecta...
Excell2 days ago
I had prostate surgery removal in March 2018. At that time I was experiencing ED. Lately however I find blood rushing to my Oregon and the ...
MSKCC - The Sleazy Side
Darryl2 days agoPOPULAR
People everywhere talk about Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center with reverence. But there is a sleazy side too. Given the choices we h...
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5ARIs & PCa
pjoshea132 days ago
New study, so a separate post, but will interest those who followed the recent Finasteride thread. This is more of the same.
Switched to Advanced Group. Post-RP. G9. Stage 3Tb.
longrungo22 days ago
Hello PCa Colleagues,
After joining the HealthUnlocked PC Network a few months ago, I was invited to join the Advanced PC group.
My initial ...
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I have to start worrying
joancarles2 days ago
I am 52 years old. Diagnosed on 08/17. My markers were very high PSA 1350. Much extension in my bones. Treated with Zytiga + Prednisone. The...
Astaxanthin - A new video from a merchant which sells a version of this supplement which has amazing claims
paulofaus3 days agoPOPULAR
Hey Guys, I know there has been a vigorous debate about pro-oxidants versus anti-oxidants. I must admit, I don't really understand the ROS (...
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How would one look for clinical trials.
Genie-Paul3 days ago
I would like to see what is on the horizon for clinical trials. What the process is, and how easy or hard it is to get into them. Thanks.....
Dad Newly Diagnosed
Here4Dad3 days ago
My 63 year old father has just been diagnosed with prostate cancer. PSA is 480 with a Gleason score of 9. Currently waiting on re...
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Long term opiod effects
Bball3 days ago
My 80 year old husband was diagnosed Jan. 2016 with metastatic prostate cancer. Mets in most of his bones. His treatment, now Xtandi, Eliga...
Joined because of Tall Allen Posting Here
19tarpon473 days ago
I am a new community member who has been treated successfully with SBRT for G7 disease in the last 18 months. Tall Allen posts here now and ...
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New Member intro - ForestCreature
ForestCreature3 days ago
PCa DX September 2014 @ age 65. PSA 2.38; DRE found notch; 12 core biopsy: one 5% 3+4, one <5% 3+3.
Open RP December 2014 @MGH (Dr McGovern)...
Spartan Trial Information on Apalutamide. Great Results!
Moespy3 days ago
Is extreme fatigue and nausea, no appetite,common in advanced prostate cancer or is it not a good sign?
Karenprin3 days ago
My dad had stge 4 advanced prostate cancer mets to bones, has been on hormone,zometa for past 3 yrs, 8 rounds radiation earlier this year, w...
Anyone have Squamous Cell Prostate Cancer
2sunflowers3 days ago
When ADT hasn’t worked. Biopsy of the bone is suggesting Squamous cell. Started Docetaxel & Carboplatin first cycle still on Lupron. Mets to...
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