I'm Still a Zero

Beau2
Beau2 Member Posts: 261

...... in more ways than one!

April marks the seventh anniversary of my DaVinci, and all is well. "Apparently" I have been able to put the beast in my past.

Here's wishing members of this forum all the best, and a thank you for all the good advice given by those so much wiser than I. A special prayer for those just starting down the PCa path.

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  • Max Former Hodgkins Stage 3
    Max Former Hodgkins Stage 3 Member Posts: 3,736 Member
    Super

    Wonderful, Beau2.  My surgeon told me, when I went one year still undetectable (combined with the specifics of my patholiogy report, post-op), that there was about a 95% liklihood that I would never have any form of relapse.  His surgical practice features post-radiation salvage work (he is a nationwide authority on operating on failed PCa radiation patients who for whatever reason need surgery).  Ergo, he is an expert at evaluating these matters.

    I went 2 year's undetectable two months ago, in January.

    I'd say you're as PCa-free as a former patient can become in this lifetime,

    max

  • Clevelandguy
    Clevelandguy Member Posts: 767 Member
    edited April 2017 #3
    Congrats!!

    Hi,

    That's great, hopefully many more...................

    Dave 3+4

  • hopeful and optimistic
    hopeful and optimistic Member Posts: 2,333 Member
    Great

    Wonderful!!!!!!

    Terrific!

    Fastastic!

    I'm very glad to read about your good news.

    H

  • VascodaGama
    VascodaGama Member Posts: 3,513 Member
    Glad for the news

    This is what we most want to read in here. Success.

    Congratulation.

    VG

  • Will Doran
    Will Doran Member Posts: 207
    Congrats

    Beau2

    Congratulations.  I hope you have many more years like this.  And I hope we can all share the same results as time goes on.

    Peace, Love, and God Bless

    Will