May 2017 DVD

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May 2017

Dan S. is 66 years old and lives in San Diego. in June 2016 his PSA was 8, so he had a twelve-needle biopsy. Subsequently, he has had several other biopsies and his urologist suggested he choose surgery or radiation. Hear Dan’s story about his personal path of investigation and his decision for treatment.

Bill M. is 64. In May 2017 his PSA was 7.7. He found out about his elevated PSA as part of an insurance application in 2009, when his PSA was at 4.1. His application was refused, as he was not considered a good risk. A retest at Kaiser came out at about 6. He then underwent a 12-core biopsy, and 5% of one core was 3+3. His stage was T1c (localized early-stage disease of relatively low risk). Surgery was recommended, with radiation as an alternative. He chose to do some research and found out about the Informed Prostate Cancer Support Group (IPCSG). Hear about Bill’s decision to monitor his prostate cancer with active surveillance rather than other treatments.

Jack H. is 87 and lives in Rancho Bernardo. Jack’s PSA is currently 2.9 with a Gleason score of 9. He has bone metastases in the spine and ribs and hip. He is currently taking Zytiga, Lupron, Casodex and Metformin, feeling very good, with positive outlook. Hear about Jack’s original diagnosis 1990 and his journey to today..

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