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BREATHING A SIGH OF RELIEF

BRONX52
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Joined: Apr 2010

Well, got my 9 month psa result today and it was still undetectable!! I am very blessed. Now I will have a good couple of months before I have to start worrying about the next one. If all goes well on the next test I get to go on the 6 month plan! I truly wish all posters with PC the very best results possible as they travel down this road. Good Luck.
Dan

Swingshiftworker
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Joined: Mar 2010

Seems like all of us, whether we decided on surgery, radiation or active surveillance, ALL have to take a wait and see approach with each PSA test, which is a burden that we each unfortunately will have to bear the rest of our lives.

The best to you and everyone else who share this struggle!

hopeful and opt...
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I'm happy for you

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lewvino
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Great news.
Larry

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Kongo
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Great news, Bronx. Congratulations and best wishes for a lifetime of zero readings.

mrspjd
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Joined: Apr 2010

Dan,
Really happy to read the great news! Best wishes for continued success and triumphs!
mrs pjd

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ProfWagstaff
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Joined: Jun 2010

I'll add my congratulations to those of the other posters. Hope all continues to go well for you.

bdhilton
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Joined: Jan 2010

Congrats…I know the feeling so enjoy the breather until the next one and you have reason to celebrate

ob66
Posts: 225
Joined: Apr 2010

Time to relax and enjoy. Many more to come...

BRONX52
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Joined: Apr 2010

Thanks to all for your kind words and encouragement. May I also congratulate all of you and wish you continued success in your journey with PC. After all, we're in this together and I believe that by supporting each other we foster positive outcomes which will continue for many years to come !!! Thanks again-----DAN

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