Jun 23, 2011 - 2:16 pm
Due to rising PSA #"s , following RRP on Oct. 2010(.03, .05, .06, will be having another PSA next week), I'm trying to sort through all the information about various follow-up therapy options. Dattoli Center in Florida uses MRI with Ferriheme to pinpoint cancer for radiation therapy. I cannot find anyone else using Ferriheme for this purpose. My understanding is they use it because Combidex (spelling?) is not approved in the USA but is used in Amsterdam and Ferriheme has simiiar properties. Can anyone shed some light on the use of Ferriheme? Is it's use better than radiation without it? Are there better test to help pinpoint cancer?
Thanks in advance.