Six years post radical prostatectomy, Gleason 7or 8, T2A, PSA now detectable at 0.34, 67 y.o. The highest PSA was 4.7 prior to s
Joined: Jan 2012
Jan 13, 2012 - 11:30 am
Disappointing result after all this time. Will probably go on hormone therapy. Please offer any advice from those experiencing therapy. Will have my first meeting with urologist in early February. Many thanks.
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