Blot clot risk
deano5814 minutes ago
Contemplating taking a one hour long flight at Christmas.
Just wondering what the DVT risk is for someone with metastatic PCa who is on ADT.
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Kimmilemo4 hours ago
My husband keeps getting kidney stones every sense
He had his Selvedge Prostrate removal in Aug. He has wore a catheter on and off since the...
Lu177 trial.for colen cancer at Huntsman
Maleko8085 hours ago
My sister just had a round of lu177. Her cancer had spread so many places. What was interesting is that her treating oncologist has taken on...
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What a ride! Second round of chemo
Maleko8086 hours ago
Did round 2 today but didnt get the same DeX injection I had last time prior to drip. Immediately felt a heat wave, flushed, major tom to g...
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Experience with re-irradiating lymph nodes?
tallguy27 hours ago
I have three small (8 mm or smaller) "common iliac chain" lymph nodes that still demonstrate metastatic disease (from the PET scan with Axum...
Fox201812 hours ago
Just had a second opinion done on my biopsy slides. Originally diagnosed as Gleeson 6. One of twelve cores at 11% volume. PSA is 1...
Babalu45516 hours ago
I had my prostate removed on 10/29 of this year. Upon release from the hospital I found I had difficulty walking due to intense pain. I also...
arete110517 hours ago
Anybody have any experience or info re: this product?
wrando17 hours ago
Actinium after Lutetium-177
I've had my two doses of Lutetium without great results. Last treatment was about two to three months ago. I go...
Good news from my side as well !!
whatsinaname18 hours ago
My PSA test results taken today morning came in at 5.32 down from 7.35 (10 days back). I have completed 2 sessions of chemo and t...
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Metabolic syndrome [MetS], C-reactive protein [CRP] ... levels & clinically significant PCa
pjoshea1320 hours ago
New study from Spain below.
Three of my favorite PCa subjects (they also looked at testorsterone [T] as well as MetS & CRP, but there is no m...
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Subcutaneous Lupron question
COG120 hours ago
My husband is participating in a clinical trial at Emory (Winship Cancer). As part of the protocol, he gets subcutaneous Lupron injections ...
I can't read any of the posts I wrote or replies anymore
HPpurple21 hours ago
I am not able to read my replies nor the content of my questions anymore. I get a message about my page being directed to another page to a...
***Another good exam***
leo263421 hours ago
Good day to you all my Brothers in arms. I had my monthly visit to my MO yesterday and all my numbers have stayed in the normal range. I'll ...
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GrizzlyMamaa day ago
I just want to thank all of you for sharing your stories. They have been informative, heartwarming, and encouraging. My husband of 39 year...
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Modified citrus pectin - ugh
Rexwaterburya day ago
I’ve started Mcp powder 5 gm 3x per day. I mix it in plain water till dissolved. Tastes awful. Is there any other liquid that it can be ...
Dosage question !!
whatsinanamea day ago
Could anyone tell me what 100 mg of docetaxel (taxotere) works out to in mg/m2 ??
Also, please give me the equation or calculation.
Questions to MO tomorrow one month after firmagon
HPpurplea day ago
Tomorrow my best friend will have a blood test and follow up with his MO . He is a prostate cancer specialist from USC Norris Cancer Cente...
Xtandi - Please help
Quyena day ago
My father's PSA keeps rising. It is now 460. It was 300 three weeks ago. He had Casodex, Lucrin, Zytiga, prostatetomy, radiation...
Can Lupron Shot be Given using Port
dac500a day ago
The appointment for my Lupron shot says Port Access with PCAM 2 PORT ACCESS. Does this means Lupron will be delivered through a port implant...
STAGE 4 Tx with Hormones . . . metastasis to lymph . . .
CancersDaughtera day ago
Hi all, my father (82) is on hormone therapy for Stage 4 (Gleasons 10 8's and 2 9's).
They started with Bicalutamide on 24 September then Lup...
Startup Uses Data to Predict Your Risk for Cancer
cesanona day ago
This Startup Uses Data to Predict Your Risk for Cancer
CancerIQ, a Chicago cancer-fighting startup with roots a...
spm58a day ago
In a nut shell, 60, diagnosed 11/2 yrs ago, gleeson7-9,psa6.
Had radical surgery, found some in small lymph node. Bone good. Psa went to abou...
Routine alkaline phosphatase and bone specific alkaline phosphatase
dress25442 days ago
I use to do liver function test every month to know the liver enzymes value as I am on zytiga and Prednisone for the last fifteen...
CBD/THC Pot for 83 yo Dad ?
ConcernedCaliMom2 days ago
Hi. New here, writing here in regards to my 83yo Dad. He’s been battling PC for almost 14 years! Hearing lots of very similar stories here;...
Tippler2 days agoPOPULAR
I had prostate cancer 11 years ago and was treated with cyber knife radio surgery. PSA stayed around 0 for years. Last year, in 2017, I felt...
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The prognostic value of the systemic inflammatory response in randomised clinical trials in cancer
pjoshea132 days ago
New study below.
"The prognostic value of the systemic inflammatory response in cancer has been well established in observational studies. Th...
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While being administered docetaxel..........
whatsinaname2 days ago
What else were you guys given ??
I was hydrated for several hours, then given anti-chemo side effect drugs (IV) for two hours, then docetax...
Fdccs3 days agoPOPULAR
Do you think it's possible with a PSA of 170 that the disease is locally advanced?
We know lymph nodes close to prostate are effected but bon...
RO at MD Anderson
Davidl39403 days ago
Has anyone used DR Quynh-Nhu Nguyen RO at MD Anderson. Suggest her or orthers?
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