island time said...
Island, what Mel said. And I'll add this: there is no perfect treatment, every one of them has benefits and drawbacks. In the end, it's all a crapshoot to a certain extent. But then, so is life.
I have a good friend who, when I'm struggling to make a decision and go on and on about it, will listen for a while and then will say to me, "Stand up and FLUSH!"
We laugh, and then it's possible to let go and make the call.
LOL...Stand up and FLUSH! LOL
RIZOR and logo...hitting home.
"I don't want this, I don't want that"...laaddy laaddy la. Well lol...i don't want CANCER...but...that's irrelevant. The question is..."Since you do have it ("My friend"...as I can hear logo putting it lol)...what do you plan on doing about
that hard fact of life?"
"Yep"...Well guess you can cut it or burn it as you don't want to ignore it apparently! LOL! Or you could contact Ziggy9 about
his unusual treatment. He sure is happy with it.
PSA 10.9 ~112013
Bx on 112013 at age 64 yrs 11 months, with 5 of 12 pos with one G9(5+4), 1 PNI, T2B.
RALP with lymph nodes at Vanderbilt 021914. (nodes clear, but SV+, still G9 but down graded to 4+5, cut wide, but 1 tiny foci right at the edge of margin ) Pros. 106.7 gms!
wear one mini-pad after 8 months, mostly dry when removed at night
PSA <.1 on 4/7,
PSA <.01 on 6/11, 8/20/14 and 3/4/15