My IMRT decision.
c104510 hours ago
Last summer during a regular annual physical which found an asymmetry hardness on my prostrate and trip to urologist with subsequent biopsy...
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yarbrony5 days ago
I was diagnosed with PCa April 2016. I decided on active surveillance and after looking at all the research, I decided on becoming a vegan ...
CBD Oil helpful
RhodyV8 days ago
I'm facing ongoing treatment after a robotic prostatectomy in 2017. I was wondering if anybody has used CBD oil to help in their treatment? ...
I had a radical prostatectomy in August 2017 and my first PSA was 0.08. My recent PSA was 0.22 and I am awaiting a consult with my urologist...
DeMoyne8 days ago
I'm wondering about the interaction of Xarelto with Bicalutimide. Some time after I took Bicalutimide the first time (for 67 mos), I develop...
Emotional support resources
Darryl10 days ago
Many international calls are free or affordable with SKYPE and many other apps. Feel OK about calling resources outside of your country.
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Gleason 9 how aggressive and is it curable
JBum13 days ago
I’m new. 54 psa 12 Gleason 9. Biopsy showed nothing in right lobe one in left with a Small tumor on left. Had prostate removed 3 weeks ...
Post Surgery PSA
BobJensen14 days ago
I am cancer-free. My PSA was normal.
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Gleason 9 and had a kidney transplant 2 years ago
Graham4915 days ago
My Gleason score is 5+4. The cancer has just penetrated the capsule but there is no metastasis. I have started hormone therapy a...
Prostate Cancer into Bladder Cancer
DRBlack18 days ago
Has anyone had prostate cancer found in the bladder. I understand that it is rare. I was just diagnosed with a prostate cancer tumor in my b...
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Looking For People Who Have More Than One Cancer
JoelT18 days ago
I am looking to speak with anyone who has been diagnosed with more than one cancer. I would also be interested in speaking with anyone who ...
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CaCruiser18 days ago
I'm going in for my 2nd HDR Brachytherapy treatment tomorrow at UCLA. If anyone wants to share their experience about their HDR Brachytherap...
Proton scatter beams, pencil beam (G3) or Photon Treatment
awinnegar118 days ago
My final consult today was with a radiation oncologist at UNM Cancer. I also had a follow up question to MD Anderson. My question to MD Ande...
Interesting Clinical Trial Immune Cells Stimulation
I did a final consult with a Radiation Oncologist at UNM Cancer today. He thought I would be a good candidate for this. It looks interestin...
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Newbie introduction. Prostatectomy & diet and...
longrungo20 days ago
Hello fellow PCa colleagues, this is my first post...
I just downloaded the app, so I feel like I'm in more direct contact. I just turned 7...
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MRI Fusion Biopsy Tomorrow
GarrickR20 days ago
Tomorrow is my MRI Fusion Biopsy with Dr. Yuan in Decatur GA.
I am very stressed to have the procedure. This is the first experience in a su...
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What to do, what to do.....
Jgrabr21 days ago
Received diagnosis a few weeks ago and have been researching options. I am 65 and actively working, climbing ladders, walking roofs. Inconti...
CaCruiser22 days ago
I'm new. 70 years old. I live in Southern California. PSA 5.2 and had elevated from 1 to 5.2 over a 3 yr period. Had targeted MRI biopsy on...
Thoughts on diet?
Scubahhh23 days ago
I'm new to the group, 62 years old with 4+5=9 Pc and no known metastasis; just started ADT and looking forward to radiation starring in a mo...
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Going with Proton Therapy MD Anderson
awinnegar123 days ago
After a very short AS (3 months) I started hormone treatment last week at MD Anderson Proton Center in Houston (3 month shot of Lupron and 5...
Prescribe Exercise to All Cancer Patients, Says New Guideline
PAQFASa month ago
Gents - here’s an interesting article that I just read on medscape :
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Walnuts with eyes
michael42301a month ago
Is there a name for the English walnut with eyes that's used to promote prostate issues?
Jt2ceoa month ago
I am two years post treatment. My numbers are zero. My Dr continues to do annual PSA. Prior to treatment I was a runner and cyclist. I worke...
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TIP Testosterone inactivating pharmaceuticals Treatment Option
awinnegar1a month ago
One of my consults will be with the Dr. Turner of the Mark Scholz group in L.A. (The Key to Prostate Cancer, 2018 and The Prostate Snatchers...
DeanNelsona month ago
Well its has been a crazy chaotic time since my last post, I was able to go to MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas . Had Blood work,...
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jmm001a month ago
Im new to this forum. Im 43 years old. Just recently diagnosed with Gleason 6 3+3. Path report showed no invasion and localized. PSA was 3.8...
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After surgery, what next?
Paulo1968a month ago
Hi to everyone,
Just received pathology report and discussed with doctor.
It is a PT2, so no extra-capsular invasion. No seminar vesicles nor ...
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Long term self-catheterization is okay
I have noticed some comments on self-catheterization and I wanted to share some information that might ease some fears. Although it is inco...
Steveo3312a month ago
Pick a Treatment or Stay with AS
I just received my Prolaris results 3.7 which is consistent (their rating) for intermediate PC. The Prolaris test was consistent with pathol...
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