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  1. Kezza2

    Now for Docetaxel

    Well gentlemen, The time has come. I was on abiraterone + apelutimide trial for two years until that failed, and swapped to enzalutimide (Xtandi) but that only lasted three months, and now my PSA has more than doubled from 17 to 38 in 6 weeks, so it seems that docetaxel is next on the list. Having not had docetaxel previously I am not a candidate for the Lu177 trial unfortunately, so I am scheduled to start docetaxel in two weeks. I would appreciate any words of wisdom from the wise who have already been through this on side effects and how to avoid or minimise them, and wh
  2. Jim Marshall (not a doctor) said ... If you have castrate-resistant prostate cancer, common treatments that your doctor may add to your regular ADT treatment include: Docetaxel (Taxotere) Enzalutamide (Xtandi) or Abiraterone (Zytiga) Cabazitaxel (Jevtana). But what are your doctor's drug choices when the cancer is no longer under control after all three options? If you responded to docetaxel, your doctor knows you may well respond again to another dosing of docetaxel. But this increases your risk of side effects - especially peripheral neuropathy or nail di
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