I've been reading some exciting things cryoreductive surgery in people with metastatic prostate cancer - even hormone resistant. It seems that people who have lower tumor burden (most defined by <5 bone mets. Although a few studies are indicating lower tumor burden as <10) and see a reduction of their PSA to <4 at 7 months are seeing the most benefit.
I was wondering if anyone on this message board has had their prostate removed after the detection of metastasis. What has been your journey? Has this seem to made things better for you?
Everything I have been reading is very promising and suggests that removing the prostate, even after metastasis, is extremely beneficial.