Who are you suggesting my Oncologist present his case strongly to?
As far as our insurance goes we haven't had any delay in pre-authorization approvals.
I just read an article RE: Alternate Cancer treatment, suggesting mainstream measures hasn't had much success treating aggressive prostate cancer like my husbands.
It said testosterone blocking drugs are dangerous as it reduces ability for PSA production which is anti-angiogenic and it promotes estrogen dominance which feeds cancer.
Any expeirence with this approach?
Still waiting to hear from anyone who has rising PSA post-op that actually started at 1.2 now 3.5.
2010 PSA's 6.3, 4.7 5.6
open Oct 13, 2011
Stage T1c adenocarcinoma of Prostate
Gleason 4+3 left side Gleason 3+3 right side
11 lymp/ no mets.
Perineural invasion present
Path staging (pt1): pT2c: bilateral disease
PSA Post -Op
1.2 11/29 2011
1.8 12/30 2011
Started on Casodex
CT, BONE, MRI Neg. for Mets.
Sodium Floride next.
Post Edited (BOOGEE) : 2/13/2012 6:31:59 PM (GMT-7)