Newt, that's good info, and not surprising given what we know about
PSA and PSA testing in general, but you are NOT a low risk PCa patient based upon your Gleason scores, so I wouldn't put much weight in what you just shared specific to your case. Higher total Gy RT treatments do
tend to provide better outcomes for intermediate to high risk PCa at least based upon what I've read. Since you fall into at least the intermediate risk (if not high risk with your G8 core), stick with your current plan. Just my .02 of course!
Warm Regards-CJ-age 44
Dx 11/13@42YO - PSA 5.8, -DRE, GS6, MPMRI G-Bx@JH - 1/12 cores+@<5% - AS started
11/14@43YO - NIH T3 ERC-MPMRI, PSA 5.84, PSA-D 0.127
5/15@43YO - Bx, -DRE, PSA 6.41, 6/18 cores+, unilateral all G6@<5-75%
2/17 & 2/24/16 - HDB-m@FCCC, PSA 6.6, stage T1C, initial follow up appt@FCCC 6/16/16My Story