I read a study in the NEJM about
how it's important to maintain the proper balance of testosterone and estrogen in aging men. If either get too far from the base line it really causes a lot of problems. The results were nothing short of astounding. So I'm not surprised. I will edit this later with a link to the study. Sorry I'm at work and the magazine is at home.
48, Caucasian, 5' 8", 200lb, general good health.
PSA: 8-7-09 3.22, 11-13-09 4.25.
Biopsy: 32 cores. 3 cores reveal PCa, 10%, Gleason 3+3=6, T1C.
Current Treatment: Active Surveillance, next appointment Oct. 2010.
Preferred Treatment: I just want someone to harvest my immune cells, genetically engineer them to fight my prostate cancer, and then infuse them back into my body...