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6 Month Zero

SeattleJ
Posts: 32
Joined: Mar 2011

Just went in for my 6 month post RP check and the PSA was undetectable again. It's still very early on the path, but I'll celebrate every zero I can get! I'm now pretty much totally dry and am starting to feel somewhat normal again as the testosterone levels come back from the pre-adjuvant abiraterone and Lupron that I took during the study.

Good luck and many zeros to all

John

mrspjd
Posts: 688
Joined: Apr 2010

Hi John,

Welcome back. Congrats and thx for sharing the great results! Looking forward to your future updates with news of continued success. Of course, please feel free to stick around and contribute your experiences to the forum any time! Your participation in the Abiraterone/RP clinical trial was very interesting (discussed in a prior thread), especially since HT and RP were used neo-adjuvantly as primary tx.

Best,

mrs pjd

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lewvino
Posts: 1004
Joined: May 2009

Congrats and I hope you went out and celebrated!

lewvino

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VascodaGama
Posts: 1508
Joined: Nov 2010

Waiting for the next report on ZEROS.
Best to you.
VG

SeattleJ
Posts: 32
Joined: Mar 2011

Thanks everyone! I did celebrate last night, but didn't go out. I don't have to control the wine consumption so carefully if I stay home!

Mrs pjd, I do plan on contributing more to the board, especially since it has been so helpful to me. After dealing with this for a year and the fact that we FINALLY got summer here in Seattle (summer is defined as sun and temperatures over 70 degrees)I've taken a break from thinking about cancer. It was nice!

John

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califvader
Posts: 108
Joined: Aug 2010

congratulations!.

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