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You might look at http://www.ustoo.org/ It has a ton of information. Also check out Sloan-Kettering ...More
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Hey heartland45/houson1, I know it's been a few months but would you recommend an Independent Life Insurance...More
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Reply: psa
What was your planning this summer after you had the biopsy?
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Reply: prostate cancer
Hello, my uncle was diagnosed by prostate cancer a couple years ago. We tried a lot of medications, and...More
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Reply: Single Cell prostate cancer
Sorry, I posted on the prior post single Cell Prostate Cancer instead of small cell prostate cancer
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Reply: PSA on the rise
Hope you have gotten an answer to your question i had the seed treatment one year ago, latest test for psa was 1...More
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After Radiation
I had my protaste removed 3 years ago in March, ( very little issues or problems). The problems, I had...More
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Reply: What to expect with Advanced Prostrate Cancer
Sorry to hear of your recent troubles. I knew as soon as I read the symptoms, it was prostate cancer. As you...More
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Male Artificial Urinary Implant (Aui)
I am a 66 yo male with urinary incontinence from a radical prostatectomy nearly 5 years ago. Having tried...More
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Apirin and/or Metformin in reducing the risk of re...
I had radical prostatectomy in May 2012, cell type was Ductal. Has any one heard of the use of low dose aspirin...More
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You need to see a Urologist that has expertise in Erectile Dysfunction, or search online for a doctor in...More
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Reply: prostate cancer
You might want to look at http://www.ustoo.org It has lots of information on treatment options. And also...More
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Advanced Prostate Cancer Bowel Problems
Hi, My Dad has advanced prostate cancer and is having problems controlling his bowel movements. The...More
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Prostate
I had Davinci in 2012. Had a lot of problems with the catheter. Developed a hernia where the vertical...More
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Reply: husband had prostate cancer at 43 yrs. old
Hi , first iam sorry to hear about you and your husband and all you have gone through, iam married and have...More
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Reply: aggressive watching psa
Petere, Good luck to you. I was in a similar situation as you. My PSA went from 4 to 6.5 in a year and a...More
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Reply: Incontinance
My husband is 66 and just had the robotics surgery on the 15th and the catherer removed on Thursday. No...More
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How to Determine If a Biopsy Is Necessary
This article references a University of Texas calculator that determines the probability of finding low grade...More
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Reply: T1 Diagnosis
A T1 stage implies that the cancer is completely contained within the prostrate (N0,M0). See ...More
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T1 Diagnosis
My husband is 62 yrs. old.
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Reply: post prostate cancer surgry
Hello, This slideshow on male urinary incontinence provides some product, lifestyle, and diet tips...More
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Metastasized cancer and hormone therapy
Hello Hormone therapy for prostate cancer inhibits the production of male sex hormones (androgens),...More
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Reply: Metastasized cancer and hormone therapy
My Dad had prostate cancer about 8/9 yrs ago. He was cured then with seeds/hormone therapy & radiation. It...More
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Reply: my father PSA level is 9.34, is it necessary to go...
9.34 is fairly high and likely indicative of prostate cancer. And a biopsy is the only way of know for sure and...More
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Reply: Current conversations
Finasteride is not used to treat prostate cancer, which is what this forum is about.
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Reply: PSA 11.1
A number of things can cause high PSA level. Recently riding a bike, having sex the previous day,...More
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Reply: Prostate
Thanks for this. I see they do Nano Knife at Sloan Kettering in New York. Would you think Sloan...More
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Ductal Prostate Cancer
I had a radical prostatectomy and like the biopsy the cell type was ductal prostate cancer. I am having...More
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Ductal Prostate Cancer
I had a radical prostatectomy and like the biopsy the cell type was ductal prostate cancer. I am having...More
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Reply: maximum amount of proton beam radiation
One of the advantages of modern radiation is that it is highly directive to reduce the damage to other areas. ...More
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