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   Posted 11/2/2009 3:08 PM (GMT -6)   

I am new to this site and am a survivor for 6 years now <0.1 every 6 months tested Gleaosn scor was a 6.I am thankful for that and wish everyone here well in their treatment...My question is this:

My step dauhgters natrual father was diagnosed with what is called an agreesive and advaced form of prostate cancer. He had da Vici thios past saturday 10 out of 10 biopsies positive

I have heard this surgery is long but almost 9 hours on the table??????Any thoughts on that guys?

I could use and honest answer to try to give her since my case was differnt than his.......realistically what are his chances for survival and secondly is it likely that this cancer has spread?

P.S. the one thing I did not mention about my step daughters father is that his Gleason score was/is a 10
I think I have all the facts as I know them out there.

I want to give her good informatrion regardless of it being good or bad news...she wants to know.

Again thank you


Thank you and God bless to One and All

Post Edited By Moderator (James C.) : 11/2/2009 1:34:08 PM (GMT-7)

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