It has been long since I asked a question regarding the situation of my Father.
Following is his medical history:
In March 2019 he (62 years old and diabetic) was diagnosed with Advanced Prostate Cancer with multiple meds in bones and spine. PSA at that time was more than 100 ( do not have the exact number). His Gleason score was 9. He went through radical prostatectomy and 10 Chemo (Docetaxel) cycles with 150mg Bicalutamide with which PSA came down to 16 in December 2019.
After that, he was put on 150mg of Bicalutamide in Feb 2020 his PSA was 6.6. In April 2020 his PSA was 6.67. On 4th June PSA was 9.9. His consultant suggested to wait for 3 weeks and do another PSA test on 24th of June. Today his results came out and things are not looking good. His PSA is now 11.4. In my view, it is rising very fast.
Could anyone suggest what would be the next course of action?
Are we already looking at Lu177 or Ar255 nuclear therapy? Is there a treatment other than nuclear therapy?
I would really appreciate your help and guidance.
Thanks and Regards