Busch showed me my 3t films in his office. I was 100% convinced that I knew more about
my cancer than my surgeon did that morning they wheeled me into the O.R. Busch showed me where my tumor was close to the edge of the prostate. I asked him, "Do you believe that would require a wide cut?" He just laughed. Then said, "I sure hope so". lol
He's one of a kind in customer service in medicine. He's one of a kind in customer service in any
He called me on my cell when he first got my films. He was going over them with me before I drove down. He made the first call to me. We spoke for an hour while I was looking at motorcycles.
openness, giving with his time, and top notch expertise can be shocking at first. It's so unique. It can make one think...."This is too good to be true. And if something's too good to be true, it usually is."
But it's not too good to be true. At least in my case, he was right. My surgeon was wrong. Busch is the real McCoy. If anyone wants to understand their cancer better, this guy is 110 percent pure gold.
I paid a price for not listening to him.
PSA 2010 thru 2014...4.0 +/- .7
Dx 12/14 @ 56 yo...2 cores G6 <5%, 1 core G6 20%, 1 core HGPIN.
RALP 11/25/15...3+4. 3 mm G6 surgical margin, 15% involvement
(5% G4) pT2+ Oncotype Dx score: non-aggressive
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