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Should PSA over 4 be a concern during treatment
Hi, I'm WILLIAM C B.
Thank you for posting as it gave me some idea of what I was going through. I was diagnosed with aggressive stage 4 prostate and bladder cancer in March 2020. It had already spread to my lymph nodes and bones. My normal PSA had been between 5 and 12 since 2010. I had blood in my urine and went to the doctor in March. My PSA was 172. He took it 5 days later and it was 283. I have no idea how high…   Read more…

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Created Sep 26, 2011 in Prostate Cancer Group's resources · Like4
As with any treatment, prostate cancer treated with hormone therapy has potential side effects. Dr. Matthew Schmitz has listed the most common side effects in a general overview. They are as follows:
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"Into the Wilderness" is an autobiographical story that has just been published. It deals with life, mortality, and a cancer survivor's perceptions of those "two imposters." The book provides hope... more
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Uploaded Jun 2, 2011 in Prostate Cancer Group's resources · Like1
Dr. Neal D. Barnard recognizes that in the aging process many men have an enlargement of their prostates, causing annoying and sometimes painful urinary problems. .These problems are not inevitable... more

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