I've seen this term--the "triple play"--show up only very recently in some HW/PC posts...but I don't find it used in the medical literature. And it seems like it means a couple different things from different HW/PC threads.
I'm not sure what the "triple play" is. Can anyone define what it is, and describe which scenarios in the spectrum of PC disease is it applicable? Anyone seen this term in the literature?
I'd appreciate it, and others in the future reading this thread may too. Always learning.
thanks in advance
Just for clarity, I know it is not
these two more well-known terms referring to 3's:
"triple blockade" — a.k.a. ADT3 (the combination of an LHRH agonist, an antiandrogen, and a 5α-reductase inhibitor); powerful mix of three HT drugs, used intermittently and early in advanced, pre-metastatic PC when the patient is strongest; recently fallen out of favor
"trifecta" — post-treatment goals of 1) cancer cure, 2) erectile function and 3) continence