Jul 16, 2011 - 7:30 pm
In 2002 I was diagnosed with prostate cancer, I removed my prostate early 2003 and my PSA droped to 0. In 2006 my PSA started to raise, I then sat for radiation therapy. My PSA started to drop but never to 0. Last year my PSA started to raise, it is currently at 0.48, doctors are saying they cannot do nothing due to the fact that they do not know where the cancer is, they said that the only thing they can do is wait until the cancer hits the bones and then go for hormone therapy. Hormone therapy is just a treatment that buys me 2-3 years, and I will live a miserable life so I am choosing not do it. Is there any thing else I can do?