If I were to guess, and that's all this is, I would think the person meant a gleason score of 9, not stage 9. There is no stage 9, but there can be a gleason score of 9. There's plenty of data out there on gleasons with PCa.
All the best.
Age 67 at diagnosis. Treated for coronary artery disease (CAD) since 1998, and under control with medications.
2/6/09 Routine physical, with DRE and PSA Test. PSA 4.02. Referred to Urologist.
4/20/09 TRUS w/needle biopsy
4/23/09 Diagnosis PCa with Gleason 4+3 in 2/2 cores, Gleason 3+3 in 5/10 cores.
CT scan and Bone Scan both negative. Stage T2C.
8/27/09 DaVinci RP at WakeMed Cary NC with Dr. Tortora. Discharged 8/28.
9/8/09 Catheder removed. Path post-surgery confirms PCa, with Gleason 3+3 with scattering of 4. Positive margins in L & R posterior, R and L seminal vesicles, with perineural invasion. Stage T3b.
9/30/09 PSA Post-Op <0.01. Met w/Uro/Surgeon to review surgery and path report. Referred to Prostate Oncologist and Radiation Oncologist. Appointments set for 10/8.
Initial incontinence pretty bad, starting w/6 Depends pants/day. Gradually getting better, with dramatic reduction in leakage around 9/20. Currently on 1 pad during the day and one at night (for security). Actually totally dry at night. (Pressure off the bladder neck?)
“I’d rather die while I’m living, than live while I’m dead.” (Jimmy Buffett. Changes in Latitude, Changes in Attitude.)