Dr. King does a lot of salvage radiation, so he would know, and he's not the kind of doctor who tells a patient what he wants to hear. He's a leading researcher and is very
evidence-based in his judgments. He keeps me honest.
I certainly understand your frustration. Unfortunately, your PSA is too low for any known kind of PET imaging to detect it it, although your PSADT may
indicate something big enough to be detectable.There is one clinical trial in St. Louis of a new kind of PET/MRI rather than a PET/CT that might
find something that small, but I wouldn't bet on it, and I don't know what the cost is. They only require a PSA>0.2 after surgery to qualify. They use the C-11 Choline indicator with the new machine. You can call them:/clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02355054
There are a few clinical trials of PET scans using PSMA antibodies, like the one wampuscats and Sonny got, but I think your PSA may be too low for those.