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Prostate Cancer Network
Have you completed the nine-question (5-10 minute) anonymous prostate cancer survey? Please Click here: https://bit.ly/3fUZAcuDarrylAdministrator59 Voters
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Where's the link to complete, plz?
I didn't like any of the options in question #5 but there is none of the above.
Which of the four paragraphs motivates you the most to find out more about Nonprofit X?
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ditto what Murk said. The platforms were too vague. I wanted " ( E ) none of above" on all those questions. I did complete it reluctantly on the third attempt.
What would the "platform" say if you could write a choice you would have selected?
I tried to answer that question at the end for them. I believe what is needed is someone to sort through, sort out, all the information out there and put together a guide to prostate cancer, worded in common language, to explain and inform: diagnosis, Gleason, testing, and treatment options. Explain AS, ADT, SOC, chemo and radiation. Answer all the questions scared people get on these support sites asking. the guide would take them through the stages, what to expect, options and treatment.The guide would also cover the unconventional therapies: off-label drugs and supplements that are proven to have anticancer properties, or that enhance the effectiveness of or limit the side effects of chemo and radiation. All entries here would be verified by three reputable sources. Also included would information on current research, such as looking at disrupting cancer metabolism, starving, weakening it so SOC is more effective.
I even suggested they talk to advanced, mCRPC people about what we know now that we wished we knew back at the start.
This guide would be published on a free access website with review by NIH, and or major cancer institutes such as Johns Hopkins. All patients to urology or oncology would be made aware of the site.
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