It’s been almost six months since my husband was diagnosed with stage 4 prostate cancer with Mets to his bones. He just finished his round of chemo and ranged the bell that he was done. Even though his journey is far from over. He is doing remarkably well he’s a to get a few transfusions and calcium treatments due to his hemoglobin and WBC being low. On a Monday he goes in for a CT scan and MRI to check the progress of the tumors hoping that they’ve shrunk even more since his last CT scan 2 months ago.If
Everything looks good the next step is to radiate his prostate and to continue to monitor with CT scans and MRI. His oncologist want to treat his cancer like small c cell lung cancer due to his neuroendocrine cells and there is a possibility that it can go to his brain (70%). The good news is that his tumors have shrunk and his doctor have even said they have gone down in his bones. Any advice on moving forward would be nice. This forum has been an absolute blessing to me and my family.