I have tried everything but chemo, and they haven't worked, so I am getting a new immune system. My next clinical trial is 'Sex-Mismatched Allogeneic Bone Marrow Transplantation for Men With Metastatic Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer'
I hear the the chance of dying from the transplant is 10% during the first six months, but gets lower as time goes on. In the long run, that is better than the cancer, which has a chance of death that gets higher as time goes on. The chance of this controlling the cancer is totally unknown; we don't even have anecdotes. In a year, I will be the anecdote. It is scary, but seems like my best option, with a 65 PSA, growing mets and a two month doubling time since failing Xtandi seven months ago.