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  2. Item 1 David Abrahams update, pain management as a patient David’s you tube story can be seen by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page. You must dial in - we do NOT dial you. Landline - Anywhere in Australia - 25 cents 1300 663 845 (landline call from anywhere in Australia) (cost 25 cents) 7701# Conference number 7701# Password Mobile phone - only inside these major capital cities - your phone plan cost Perth (mobile call from inside Perth see warning below) 08 6103 8751 Brisbane (mobile call from inside Brisbane see warning below) 07 3166 2169 Sydney (mobile call from inside Sydney see warning below) 02 9438 7077 Canberra (mobile call from inside Canberra see warning below) 02 6112 6899 Melbourne (mobile call from inside Melbourne see warning below) 03 9948 2088 Adelaide (mobile call from inside Adelaide see warning below) 08 7002 8702 7701# Conference number 7701# Password Apologies Tony Maxwell is on a cruise Alan Barlee is overseas Colin Bray family duties Jim Marshall also family duties Maybe you haven't had access to the agenda or you have late breaking news you would like to share. Tell the chairman here at the beginning of the meeting that you would like to speak, and he will fit you in - probably later, perhaps right now if that suits. Roundtable - new stories, updates, questions Any man who wishes is welcome to contribute here. Formal end The Chair will declare the formal part of the teleconference closed at his discretion, perhaps around 11am. The teleconference lines will be kept open until at least 11:30 for anyone who wishes to continue discussions, update his health, or just chat. Informal chat Any topic you like - topics we didn't reach, something discussed earlier you wish to comment on, an update on your health, how your new boat is going, moaning about the weather, anything that you wish to say. Disclaimer This Community does not give medical advice. No members are authorised to give medical advice. Ask your doctor if you hear anything here that you think may be related to your treatment. Time 9:30am - 11:00am Eastern Standard Time (Queensland) The formal phone-in meeting ends after 90 minutes. The lines are kept open for up to an hour after that for members to informally chat. Daylight savings times Brisbane 9:30am Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart: 10:30am Adelaide, 10:00am Perth 7:30am Winter times Brisbane 9:30am Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart 9:30am Adelaide 9:00am Perth 7:30am Daylight saving ends first Sunday in April Daylight saving starts first Sunday in October Mobile phone warning The costs of mobile calls are nothing to do with the Advanced Prostate Cancer Support Group or with PCFA. They are between you and your phone provider (Optus, Telstra, Virgin, Vodafone, etc). If you dial one of the capital city numbers given above from a mobile phone, the cost to you will be the cost on your mobile phone plan. If your plan gives you free, or low cost local calls, and you are in one of these cities, it should be free, or a local call. If your plan gives you free, or local cost national calls that should work too. Be sure - call your provider, give the number you might be calling, and check the cost for you to call that number. Speaking time We want many voices to be heard. If you are a member listed to speak below, the chair will probably expect you to take no more than about 5 minutes on presentation so there is plenty of time for others to respond. Special Guest Speakers are invited to speak for 10-15 minutes, then field questions. Guidelines No noise House - radio, TV, computer, pets, other phones, conversation Yourself - mute button, or mouthpiece away from mouth Phone - call waiting off (#43#), Mute button or hang up to leave the room. No mute button? ##4 to mute, ##5 to unmute. Cordless phone - don't carry, put on folded handkerchief to limit reverberation Other calls - Please do NOT use call waiting or another line on the same phone to take another call - members around Australia are left listening to your 'hold' music until you return. Speaker phone Please do NOT use a speaker phone, unless you are very good at keeping it Mute, and at lifting and using the hand piece when you wish to join in the conversation. Mobile phone You will need enough charge for the length of the call, or take the call with your charger plugged in. Speaking Speak clearly into mouthpiece in ordinary voice. Say who you are when signing in, and each time you speak. Listen for the gavel. The Chair may need to interrupt. It's a meeting of 20 people, not a simple phone conversation. If you are not one of the two people in the particular conversation at the time, keep your mute button down and let others contribute. Help the secretary by later emailing details for the minutes. Restarting You may hang up and sign in again as many times as necessary. Sometimes we may have to restart the meeting - dial in again. With everyone calling at once you may need to try more than once. Future phone-in support group meetings Fourth Friday of each month, except: December (One week early for Christmas) Phone-in support group meeting dates 2019 22 March 26 April 24 May 28 June 26 July 23 August 27 September 25 October 22 November 20 December (one week early for Christmas) Changes or questions If you wish to update us about any changes in your health or treatment, or have a question you would like answered or discussed, or you would like to talk about joining a teleconference group, let us know. Then we can put it high on the agenda so it doesn't get lost - just reply to this email, or use Contact Jim on JimJimJimJim.com. This message has been sent to you because you are a member of the Australian Advanced Prostate Cancer Support Group. 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  4. Saturday 16 March 2019: Jim and Nev & other Members and Partners from Northern NSW and SE Qld will have the opportunity to meet at Seagulls Club, Tweed Heads West, NSW in the Lake View Room Due to a number of requests we will have this one off luncheon at: Seagulls Club Gollan Drive Tweed Heads West. It is great to put faces to names at our local catch-up meetings. Remember this one will be in the Lake View Room, gathering from 11.00am daylight saving time. Lunch will be in the Lakeview Room after 12 noon (NSW Time) at our leisure. Jim and I look forward to meeting as many members as possible. You can contact Nev 0419 673 096 or secretary@jimjimjimjim.com
  5. seafriend40

    Blood in urine

    Not on any cardiac medication at this time Bruce, just BP, and Fluid medication.
  6. Bruce Kynaston

    Blood in urine

    Do you perchance take Cardoprin, 'cardiac aspirin'? i had two admissions to hospital for clots in the bladder and since Cardoprin has been ceased, NO more. I was treated by radiotherapy for PCa in 1996. Bruce.
  7. Clive

    Blood in urine

    I had the same thing happen to me yesterday at the Urologist when I had a flow test. This time it was a small amount of dull brownish red blood. I was told not to worry but only because I had already been checked for cancer in parts of the body that could have been the cause . A few years ago I had a larger amount of bright red blood and that was the original alarm call to get checked for cancer. So the answer is, as Jim suggests, get a referral to a urologist.
  8. Charles (Chuck) Maack

    Blood in urine

    And that is the question - what is your treatment history pre-Lucrin (Androgen/testosterone Depletion)? Very unlikely the Lucrin is the cause. Previous radiation is often the cause since the radiation can cause blood vessels to become very fragile, and for some it doesn't take much to irritate those blood vessels. If the blood is light pink, could be just that, and if it doesn't keep recurring, it could be just a short occurrence. But if it continues, most certainly get an appointment with your urologist. Bright, dark red blood is of more concern. Keep us posted what you learn.
  9. Admin

    Blood in urine

    Blood in urine can be a late result of radiation therapy. A urologist is the person to see. Jim
  10. seafriend40

    Blood in urine

    I had a Lucrin Depo 45mg injection for APC Treatment in January this year, I had a small amount of blood show in my urine last night. Wondering whether I should be concerned??
  11. kezza

    AMG 160

    Hi Kezza 2, Thanks for your update. Yes I spoke to Dr this morning and that trial is in very early days and not for me. I'm hoping to get on the LuPin Trial. I'll keep you posted. Thanks
  12. Kezza2

    AMG 160

    Hi Kezza, From what I understand, AMG 160 is a PSMA directed immunotherapy treatment. I am sure your oncologist will be aware of the trial, and would be the first person to talk to about it and possibly getting on the trial. The details of eligibility etc are on the clinical trials website at https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03792841 Details of the pre-clinical trials are at : https://meetinglibrary.asco.org/record/169946/abstract Hang in there comrade.
  13. kezza

    AMG 160

    Hi Kezza2, I'm interested to find out more? Is Amgen similar to Lutetium- 177. I'm speaking to my oncologist tomorrow and there is not much left for me to try. In this order I have already been on Androcure, Zytiga, Docetaxel, Cabazitaxel, Xtandi now my PSA is rising again. He has suggested perhaps trying Carboplatin. or paying $10,000 per treatment for Lutetium as he says I may not be eligible for inclusion in the trial. thanks for any suggestions. Kezza
  14. Patrick Turner

    Theranostics

    We all fear any voyage into an unknown, but if we see how others fear and manage we may be strengthened, so I believe. In Canberra Times today there was a big story about some young DIY types who were buying gene splicing kits online that allowed them to modify DNA. Immediately, at the speed of light, a "norty thort" came into my mind, "ah, just what I need to alter my immune system DNA". I'd be able to edit my DNA code for "dee-stroy-prostate-can-cer" and press "enter" then shove the changed body sample back in with a syringe and sit back and wait for the DIY cancer fix to give me a Psa of 0.1 in a month. But kids are able to use the kit to make insects that glow in the dark. Already there is high concern among oldies that the kids will quickly find ways of being evil and reckless with DNA changes. But when I loose my glasses that have fallen somewhere on the floor at night, I don't need a light. I can just lower me strides and me PG is so radioactive after countless attempts to poke at with various radiations that there's a bright green - purple glow a comin from me pelvis, and yes, there are me glasses. Big Medicine likes to charge huge prices for DNA analysis, because they know they are dealing with yet another rich oldie who is desperate. But be prepared for much cheaper analysis in future. And maybe such analysis paves the way for more successful chemo or radiation, or immune therapy. Some of us might live long enough to see these benefits arrive as routine therapy. In my time, I was in time to get Psma scans, and then get Lu177, in Australia, without the hassles of going to Germany or USA. We all know it is a terrible world we live in, but hey, there are some really good things about the world...... Patrick Turner.
  15. Bruce

    Theranostics

    Thank you for your informative post. The best I have read on this topic.
  16. Patrick Turner

    Theranostics

    Many who have now tried Lu177 were forced to spend the money because all other things including chemo failed to work. I had my No 3 Lu177 infusion on 28 Feb 2019 at Waratah Private Hospital in Hurstville, 500M away from the railway station, so easy to get to with public transport. Psa was 25 before I began treatment last year and each infusion is 8 weeks apart. Psa at 2 weeks before No 3 earlier this week last week was 17, so hardly any Psa change has occurred. But the latest PsMa scans showed all the many soft tissue mets are gone and most of the many bone mets have reduced in size but my right hip has become sore and I have been forced to quit cycling. I can walk 2km, although slowly, and do all housework and a lot of house renovations to prepare for my end time days. So while soft tissue mets are free of Pca which produces PsMa, there may be Pca that does not make PsMa and it seems that is minimal at the moment. I had Dr Lenzo look after me for No 1 infusion, then a Dr Macfarlane for No 2, and now at Waratah I had a Dr Louise Emmett, who has a very illustrious academic record and was involved in research on Pca at St Vincents. At Waratah, the whole 6th floor seems entirely new, and is fitted out with many chairs for chemo and nuclear medicine or many types, and it is administered by Genesis Care and you can google all this to know more. Dr Emmett said that Psa reduction has not been stunning in my case. But it does seem that overall I am doing fairly well, but my sore hip could be due to Pca which is still growing and possibly is now producing the majority of my Psa of 17, and easy to think possible because compared to many men getting Lu177, my Psa of 17 is very low, with men having Psa of maybe 200. Unfortunately, my Psa was very low at 6.3 when diagnosed in 2009 with a Gleason 9 inoperable PG tumour. So my Psa of 17 might be equal to another man's 100. Dr Emmett said that its highly likely my hip met is mutated Pca and may not be responding to Lu177. If not stopped, this can kill me; mets in the top of a femur ball joint and pelvis are not uncommon. So she suggested I re-start Zytiga asap, which tends to make tumours make more PsMa thus make more Lu177 hook onto tumour. This should more than double the Pca killing effects of Lu177. But I may need to have DNA analysed and she said its likely I have Brca2 mutation and she said something about PARP inhibitors and so there seems to be a good few possibilities for the time after I complete 4 x Lu177 infusions. While getting my infusions, the only other patient in this brand new hospital ward was a man from NZ having No 5 Lu177, and he said it was the last throw of the dice. In Today's Australian, there were two big articles about the latest tailored cancer therapy which does DNA analysis of both normal healthy DNA and the cancer DNA, and then DNA specialists can see what chemo might work, and these newspaper stories were based on two women who had rare cancers. Nothing was said about Pca. But in some cases where a drug to prevent organ rejection after a transplant might be found to cure a cancer patient. The trouble is that only transplant patients get the drug for $6:30 and any one else with a different ailment such as cancer has to pay full price, could be hundreds of thousands of $$$. The PBS scheme does not cover all ppl using a particular drug, and it is a grossly unfair situation. This tailored medicine is done to make the immune system see the cancer to kill it, or find what chemo might work; but read today's March 2 Australian, its probably online, and there is some of the future for cancer treatments, but now, only very few have access to anything like this. Costs of DNA analysis are eye watering, as are the costs of private doctors. Anyway, there is at least a chance to get Lu177 to work better on me that it has already, and to attack what is left because is does seem to me that because I have now had Pca since maybe 2005, it almost certainly has mutated. I have arranged to get an MRI of my right hip, and that may tell me, Dr Emmett and two docs at Canberra Hospital about just what damage has occurred in hip. I probably would not be allowed to have a replacement hip joint. If MRI does not show all, an FDG Pet scan may show more. Dr Emmett said she wanted me back on my bicycle asap, and she was well aware of many successes where men got many years more instead of maybe only a year or less. Well, Dr Emmett is seriously optimistic, while I think I might be crippled soon, even if the cancer is stopped. Cycling again is a kind of dreamy possibility. It is good to get a positive doctor attitude rather than the subdued enthusiasm of some docs who seem to think a patient like me is basically stuffed, but they don't have the courage to say so. Nevertheless, I know one man in this group has had 7 x Lu177 infusions. Dr Lenzo said a man in Germany where Lu177 treatment was first invented has had 10 infusions. After No 2 infusion 8 weeks ago I had a week of dryish mouth, not total dryness, and I had some slight pain in 5 joints including hip. Those all mostly became painless after 2 weeks and complete saliva production re-started. It is too early to tell you what slight or heavy side effects are ahead of me, but there will be some if I resume taking Zytiga which made me very sensitive to hot day temperatures and upset my HR. I have zero idea what side effects I might have when I get No 4 Lu177 while taking Zytiga. I may find PBs will not fund a return to taking Zytiga. Maybe my oncologist might be able to write a letter to get around this rule, but when Zytiga ( abiraterone ) failed last year he could not change me to Xtandi, ( enzalutamide ) because a younger registra doc objected strongly because it risked them getting punished by those in charge of Pbs. I had enough side effects to justify a change. But I don't really know yet what is ahead of me. I do know a man who had PARP tests and who was put onto Xtandi after chemo and psa went from 40 to 400 real quickly, but his Pca took him to stage 4 with liver mets and needing Lu177 all in only 3 years. He is not well. So as usual, my uncertainty about life continues. An old friend is selling ASEA products. So far there is not one single thing about ASEA products that indicates it is not exactly the same type of product as Snake Oil, an ineffective alternative to all Big Medicine treatments and far cheaper. My friend sent me many testimonials which cannot be legally published publically because they talk of remissions and cures of cancer, but before I believe a single word of any of these, they must be verified by a registered doctor, and that just will not happen. Quack remedies have only the placebo effect. But when claims are made in 2 screen fulls of text only, and no scans, and no 3rd party verification, it is virtually impossible to believe what is written. The world that is filling up fast with a pile of fake information provided by money hungry marketeers. There are professional testimonial writers beavering away. All bullshit. This is the latest news from me, and my theme is that men with Pca at stage 4 cannot be sure of anything at all. But Lu177 is available in Sydney at Waratah Private Hospital at Hurstville, and it looks like it may continue for quite some time. Effective immune therapy or chemo therapy based on DNA analysis is a long way from being widely available for an affordable price. Patrick Turner.
  17. DaveK1200

    Theranostics

    Hi Tim, I see that you wrote .... "As I am finding hormone therapy increasingly debilitating and suffering badly from the side effects I am very keen to explore alternatives". Perhaps you might be interested in trying what I've been taking for over 2 years now as I'm very happy with the results. I was originally taking them alongside ADT, but decided to stop ADT almost 2 years ago because of its bad side effects. I know what I am taking is scientifically unproven, and that it might not help everyone. But it certainly seems to be helping me and you never know until you try. It's relatively inexpensive costing me about $1200 per year. If you'd like more info please send message or have a read of thread in the "My Story" section. Good luck to everyone. Cheers Dave.
  18. pauldhodson

    Theranostics

    Hi Tim, it all comes down to your 'PSMA Uptake' mine was low to moderate and in the important areas (lungs and liver) it was low, so they advised against it. This uptake can only be assessed with PET scans (I had 3, a PSMA Gallium 68, a PET Octreotate and an FDG Pet scan). Bali was great and the ride to conquer cancer, last October was very successful, my team of 12 riders raised $46,000. I wish I could say I was doing well, but my cancer has progressed a lot since last November. Nodules in my lungs have increased in size and I now have two small liver mets, which I'm not thrilled about. My Oncologist will be moving me to immunotherapy soon. Cheers Paul.
  19. Bruce

    Theranostics

    I have had one session of the Theranostics treatment with an encouraging result so far. From what I have read it seems to me my cancer was not as advanced as the criteria being applied to the trials. When I first met with Nat Lenzo of Theranostics he told me his treatment was the same as currently provided in Germany.
  20. timbaker

    Theranostics

    Thanks Paul, how you doing? Any idea what determines if you are likely or unlikely to respond. I'm still getting effect from ADT but side effects really knocking me around. Hope you're doing well. How was the Bali trip and the big bike ride?
  21. pauldhodson

    Theranostics

    Hi Tim, you can get the treatment here in Sydney and Perth, via Thernostics (http://theranostics.com.au/). The treatment is approx. $10,000 per infusion and usually between 2-6 infusions in a course. I was assessed using 3 PET scans, but deemed unlikely to respond. Best way is obviously via clinical trials, where you get free treatment. I was not eligible for any of these, but I believe they are the LuPin Trial (for castrate resistant guys) and the TheraP trial (comparing Lu177 to Cabazitaxel).
  22. timbaker

    Theranostics

    Hi All, Met a guy recently who had been to this clinic in Germany for what they call PSMA therapy or theranostics, - http://psmainfo.org/ - which seems to me similar to if not the same as the Lu-177 treatment although I am not entirely clear on the details. It was expensive but he had great results which has allowed him to avoid hormone therapy for now. As I am finding hormone therapy increasingly debilitating and suffering badly from the side effects I am very keen to explore alternatives. My understanding is Lu-177 trials here are only open to those for whom other treatments have failed but wondered if anyone had travelled to Germany or elsewhere for this or similar treatment, costs involved and results achieved. Many thanks. I am prepared to find the funds for alternatives to ongoing hormone therapy if the results are worth it. Hope you are all doing well. cheers tim
  23. Friends in Northern NSW and South-East Queensland. As some of you may know, I have been somewhat out of action recently (not prostate cancer). However, I am starting to get back into the swing of things, and Wendy and I will be coming to the Face-to-a-name meeting that Nev will be running at the Greenbank RSL tomorrow, Saturday 2 March 2019, at 11am-ish for lunch at noon. We will be happy to see anyone who can make it. Jim Details: RSL: 54 Anzac Ave Hillcrest QLD 4118 More:
  24. Some of our members are participating in the third Australian Lutetium-177 trial. In this current trial, Lutetium-177 is being compared with the best current treatment - Cabazitaxel (Jevtana). Lutetium-177 is also known as Lu-177 or 177Lu or Lutetium-177 PSMA-617. We earlier reported on the results of the first Australian Lutetium-177 trial: Now UroToday has reported the results of the second trial here: https://t.co/LpQf8G0hdT OR https://www.urotoday.com/conference-highlights/asco-gu-2019/asco-gu-2019-prostate-cancer/110311-asco-gu-2019-results-of-a-50-patient-single-centre-phase-ii-prospective-trial-of-lutetium-177-psma-617-theranostics-in-mcrpc.html?utm_source=newsletter_6299&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=emerging-data-in-the-treatment-of-men-with-mcrpc If you are further interested, Michael Hofman, who led the study from the Peter MacCallum Centre in Melbourne, Australia is interviewed here: https://www.urotoday.com/video-lectures/asco-gu-2019/video/mediaitem/1155-embedded-media2019-02-23-19-51-36.html The first time you go to UroToday you will need to sign up, but signing up is free. If these links do not work for you, on the UroToday.com site, search for: hofman Thanks to member Chuck for the referral to this report. Jim
  25. It is great to put faces to names at our local catch-up meetings. This is a reminder to men and their partners in SE Queensland or Northern NSW. Members from anywhere in world visiting the area are welcome to attend. Saturday 2 March 2019 at the Greenbank RSL. For numbers: RSVP secretary@jimjimjimjim.com or surferscentury@hotmail.com Greenbank RSL is at Hillcrest, near Browns Plains. We will meet in the Gardens Cafe from 11.00am. Lunch will be in Gardens Cafe after 12 noon at our leisure. How to get to the Greenbank RSL The address is: 54 Anzac Ave Hillcrest QLD 4118 Phone (07) 3800 7746 Many ways to get there. This is the simplest to describe. 1. Come along the Logan Motorway. 2. Take the Browns Plains exit on to the Mount Lindsay Highway (Beaudesert Road) 3. Take the Boronia Heights exit towards Middle Road. 4. Travel along Middle Road until the first roundabout. 5. Take the 4th exit so you are coming back along Middle Road. 6. At you approach the highway again, veer left to travel along Anzac Avenue. 7. RSL is 54 Anzac Avenue on your left, car park on your right. If you are coming from the South along Mount Lindsay Highway (Beaudesert Road) 3. Take exit Middle Road towards Boronia Heights So, in short: • Logan Motorway • Browns Plains exit (There will be some roadworks) • Boronia Heights exit • Middle Road • Back along Middle road to 54 Anzac Avenue. Call Nev on 0419 673 096 if you get lost.
  26. At this mornings Advanced Prostate Cancer Support Group Telephone Meeting Questions were asked; How many Specialist Prostate Cancer Nurses do we have? Where are their locations? The link below gives you a list of locations for specialist nurses for prostate cancer https://www.prostate.org.au/support/prostate-cancer-specialist-nurses/prostate-cancer-specialist-nurse-locations/ The information below is provided by PCFA and includes a letter from the Chairman 7 February 2019 Dear Support Group Leader and members Prostate Cancer Specialist Nursing Program PCFA has been contacted recently by some Support Groups enquiring as to the funding we receive from the Commonwealth Government for nurses, the current number of Prostate Cancer Specialist Nurses (PCSN) and the possibility of increased funding in the future. Currently PCFA has 48 nurses placed in 45 locations around Australia. 28 of these nurses are currently funded by the Commonwealth Government. The balance of 20 nurses are funded by PCFA through community and philanthropic funds. For many years PCFA has enjoyed good relationships with all sides of politics, particularly through the bi-partisan Parliamentary Friends of Prostate Cancer, formed in 2012. In addition PCFA have a Parliamentary BBQ in Parliament House each year for Members and staff. The current number of Government funded nurses in actual fact were initially approved, continued and increased by both major parties when in Government. PCFA has also very good relations and works very closely with the Department of Health and all Hospitals. In September last year PCFA made a submission to both major parties that seeks an increase in the number of Government funded nurses by 42 to a total of 70 over the next 5 years. Delegations of PCFA’s Board and staff have had meeting with many Members of Parliament and their staff regarding the submission, in September and December last year. Additional meetings are scheduled during this February. PCFA is most grateful for the current level of funding but there are still many thousands of men and their families that do not have access to the many benefits provided to them by a Prostate Cancer Specialist Nurse. I would like to request that you and your Support Group consider writing to your local Member adding your recommendation for an increase in PCSN’s in Australia. Should you choose to do this I have attached a suggested pro-forma letter that may assist you. Alternatively, feel free to write your group’s own thoughts instead. I am sure our collaborative efforts will increase the chances of the desired outcome. Thank you for your individual group’s continued efforts to reduce the impact of prostate cancer on Australian men and their families in your local area and further afield. Best regards Steve Callister National Chairman The link below is a template for your convenience, to request an increase in funding for Prostate Cancer Specialist Nurses Australia. Please consider writing to your local Federal Representative. You may vary the wording to suit your special circumstances. DEBRA GARROUN | NETWORK SUPPORT | 1800 00 22 98 debra.garroun@pcfa.org.au or supportnetwork@pcfa.org.au Debra is the first point of contact for all Network enquiries and manages the Network Helpline. Debra can assist with general queries in the first instance or connect you with the relevant person. Key responsibilities include: · Distribution of resources to the Network · Out of Pocket Financial Assistance for support groups · Maintenance of support group details Prostate Cancer Support Network Advocacy Letter Template for Support Groups (Fillable).docx
  27. Colin Glover

    Now for Docetaxel

    They are a bit perplexed as well. However their theory is that the prostate cells have mutated in the mets ( some evidence from my turps samples ) and no longer contain pca psa. Well my response is why should Docetaxel work well? Hope your continuing to mend, Colin
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