Welcome to our family, sorry you have to be here but this is definitely the place you need to be.
Recommendation on reading stuff on the internet - You found us, ask your questions here. We have a awesome family of brothers and sisters who will share all the knowledge they have. The internet, unless you know exactly what you are looking for and can decipher what is said, is a dangerous place.
We have two adult daughters - let me state right now - daughters are such great people to have in my life. While they do support me in my battle with this crap, of more importance is they support Mom (my bride). I'm sure you are already supporting your Mom - she will need someone to talk with - and yes cry with.
As my urologist said when I was first diagnosed "This is treatable and survivable". It sounds like your Dad knows what he is facing and what he should be doing.
How can you support your Dad? I think right now he is keeping things to himself until he himself is ready to tell you. Give your Dad the space he needs. Continue to be the loving daughter you are.
We will beat this crap
65 - April 2013
A Better Man tinyurl.com/28e8qcg
12 7 11 - 1447 (It's just a number! )
Scans showed active prostate cancer widespread in bones
HT treatments & Zometa for bone
31 10 11 - 46.6 Cheers!
25 1 12 - 75 - Crap
22 2 - 99 - Restarted Casodex
22 3 - 149 - Start Zytiga
25 4 - 113 | 22 5 - 66 | 19 6 - 38 | 19 7 -34
21 8 - 27.4 YEAH!! DOWN IS GRAND!