IMHO everyone and anyone who has stared down the barrel at Big "C" and had victory or is still alive and kicking and continuing to fight the good fight, is ALL HERO.
For me personally, Tall Allen meant the most to me. It wasn't so much any particular advice he gave me specifically, but more everything I have read that he has posted over time. I spent countless hours during my evaluation of treatment protocols pouring over posts on this forum as part of my due diligence processes, and I found TA was a common denominator across many of the posts that provided the most value to me. I'm sure I am one of many who count ourselves extremely fortunate for his breadth and depth of knowledge on PCa.
There were many others who provided mad encouragement and words of wisdom as well, and continue to do so. Thanks to all of you for sharing your time, wisdom, and life stories.
Since it's Friday and it's 5:00 here, it's MILLER TIME! Signing off...
Warm Regards-CJ-age 45
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%
2/16 - HDB-m@FCCC, PSA 6.6, stage T1C
PSA - 6.6 2/16, 6.0 8/16, 2.0 2/17My Story