Congrats kcragman. I've been the rotator cuff route, too, in 2012 (injured shoveling snow during the Mid-Atlantic 'snowmaggedon' in 2010). Honestly, I thought the recovery was harder for that than the RP, at least initially. I sure wouldn't want to do either one again, though! Hope your recovery goes well.
51 yoa at Dx--Some family history of PCa
From 9/2013 to 3/2015 PSAs between 4.85 & 6.7, TRUS Bx-neg 12/2013, 12/2014 PCA3:38, 3/2015 switched from local urology group to Johns Hopkins, PSA 5.8/FPSA 17.4/PHI 28.4, 3/2015 mp3T MRI & Fusion-Guided Bx @ JH, 2/14 cores pos, Bilateral, <5% involvement, GL=6, RRP: 8/2015 @ JH (Dr. Carter)
Post surgical pathology – Upstaged to G7 (3+4), confined throughout. Margins, LN (11), SV, EPE, all negative. Additional findings: HGPIN
PSA 11/2015 <0.1, 05/2016, <0.1
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