You don’t believe data?? Strange. This is the big picture, not anecdotal information. There are no “assumptions”...these are the outcomes of large populations of men with similar diagnosis.
Yes, I don't have any faith in those numbers when they're based on biopsy. Biopsies are a guide only. After surgery many get their cancer grade changed.
In any case, this doesn't help Vistacal. I wish him well in his treatment ahead.
2017 (age 59): PSA 4.4, family history.MRI->lesions indicated.
Biopsy:carcinoma several cores, Gleason 3+4
open prostatectomy -> hist. report: pT2c, 2 pos margins. Gleason revised down to 3+3.
Navic. fossa stricture likely from catheter-> dilations ->urethroplasty op. 2018
PSA: Post surgery-Present: 0.01,0.012,0.025,0.03
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