Its to be expected that facts get confused , as we age.. so if his recent post was not totally factual, and I am not a fact checker of of old posts, it fits my definition of being true.
It's so nice to understand what you write without trying to figure out Hawaiian English!
I'm just concerned with the wives who are reading here and are worried about
their husband's treatments and the horrible side effects. There are some really serious side effects like incontinence and ED, which are often reported. I guess it's like trying to decide what came first, the chicken or the egg. It's sort of like if you had ED before surgery, you can't say the surgery caused it, even if it often does.
Husband 68 at diagnosis
PSA 19, 12 cores all positive
RP July 2012, Gleason 7 (4+3), 8, pt3b
EPE+,PIN+, SVI+, margins-
Oct./12 PSA .04
Radiation completed Jan/13
After radiation PSA .01 April/13 PSA .01, Aug/13 PSA .01
Feb/14 PSA .01 May/14 .01, Aug/14 .01