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Date Joined Jan 2007
Total Posts : 165
   Posted 1/17/2009 4:29 PM (GMT -6)   
A friend told me about the supplement phenocane for arthritis pain.  While I've posted in another forum here in "healing well", I've never posted here.  Has there been any discussion about phenocane?  Side Effects, interactions, etc??  I've been taking naproxin for a number of years, but at times get concerned about long term use and effects with the liver.
Age 57 at diagnosis (2006),  PSA 4.7 (up from 3.2 one year previous)
Biopsy November 8, 2006 1 of 10 cores positive 5% LEFT Side Gleason 3+3
Robotic surgery January 19, 2007
Post Surgery Pathology Stage T3a, Gleason 3+4, positive margins and capsular penetration RIGHT Side
Post Surgery PSA:  March 5, 2007:  0.01    5 month PSA  0.08
Adjuvant therapy began June 26, 2007 with Zoladex injection
Radiation began August 23, 2007, ended October 8
First post radiation PSA, December 18, 2007:  0;  March 2008 - still 0;  July 2008 - 0; Sept. 2008 - 0;  Dec 2008 - 0

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Date Joined Jul 2008
Total Posts : 117
   Posted 1/18/2009 8:33 PM (GMT -6)   
Just passing through and noticed this site has had 37 hits with no one able to offer any help. So out of interest I googled phenocane and this is what I found.
Apparently it is now callled curcumin plus.It says it is made from natural  ingredients that are helpful for arthritus, cancer and the brain. 
You could give it a go and tell us what you think  tongue


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