Doing a Google, I found this statement
Prof Bergan added: "We envision that this drug, if shown to be effective in clinical trials, could be used to treat men diagnosed with prostate cancer, so they wouldn't need more aggressive procedures. Or, the drug could augment the effectiveness of surgery and radiation."
Of note "f shown to be effective in clinical trials" - My take is its a while before we may see this one.
Still nice to see the medical community is continuing to explore new drugs.
64 as of April 2012
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12 Jul 2011 - PSA 1447 (It's just a number! )
Scans showed active prostate cancer widespread in bones
Started HT treatments Casodex, Zoladex and Zometa for bone
Last Casodex - 29 August
31 Oct 11 - PSA 46.6
25 Jan 12 - PSA 75
22 Feb 12 - PSA 99 - Restarted Casodex
22 Mar 12 - PSA 149 - Start Zytiga