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Should PSA over 4 be a concern during treatment
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You sound a lot like my brother. He is 70 and has a lot of different experimental medications administered to him. In 2010 he had the 43 radiation treatments and made his PSA go down to below 1. I have seen so many patients that have received the radiation then they do better for a while but then comes back. Today his PSA is up in the 300’s and has a lot of pain in the same areas as you. I…   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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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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