80% durable remission from SRT seems overly optimistic to me, I've generally seen reference to 50% durable remission with SRT IIRC. Given GL9, LN+, margins+, SV+, and bladder neck+ pathology report, I'd say 80% was being really generous. Long term ADT is usually the primary treatment if PSA continues to climb. There are several other GL9's on this board that have worse prognoses and have been around for many years, so stay positive and focus on enjoying life to the fullest while navigating these challenges.
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