10 Oct 12 <.014"
nice play. I agree. You earned it.
Thats great news!
I am awaiting my psa results. I try to relax, but as soon as they have the blood sample I am on pins and needles. I had my prostate removed 1 year ago next week (Robotic) at age 53. Was in both sides of prostate, 9 of 12 samples positive. My Gleason before and after was 6 (3+3). Lymph nodes were clean. First 3 ultra sensitive tests came back undetectable so far. Genetic test he did on prostate said I was at low risk of reoccurance. But I am always worried because he said I had "an open margin of less than 1 mm". I read on some sites that the risk of an open margin of less than 1 mm is about the same as no open margin at all. Not sure if its true. Anyone have some input to relax me?!
There's no reason to believe, and zero evidence of, that there has ever been, or, for that matter, will ever be, one human metastatic cell of anything in your body from the time you were born until the time of this writing. Nothing. It's just not there. (unless you've had, or now have, another kind of cancer you've not spoken of)