Beginning my next ‘treatment strategy’. With my usPSA up from <0.01 to the 0.03X range over past year, I am adding supplements bundle to my already ‘excellent’ diet and fitness program to optimize my body’s strength to fight possible/likely presence of cancer stem cells, carcinoma associated fibroblasts and senescent cells. The bundle is doctor guided based on extensive blood analysis of 32 tests. Will retest Pregnenolone, DHEA, Vit D, systemic inflammation indicators and Iron in 90 days plus 68Ga PSMA PET imaging. Continuing with 30-day usPSA testing. Coordinated along my full time RV’ing throughout the Rockies. ...
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If you or a man you know are not screening for prosate cancer - this is a most compelling share. If you are complancent with your diagnosis and treatment strategy this is also a most compelling share.“I cope pretty well with it, but I have some bad days, some really bad days, but my driving force is to help more men detect it early, so they don’t end up in the situation I’m in, where it’s incurable and it depends on how long medicine can keep you alive.” These are the words of Rob Philp, one of our strongest advocates. He’s been fighting prostate cancer since 2016. “I lead a wonderful life and I’m physically fit, stay healthy, and have a lot of fun, but it doesn’t change the fact that as far as doctors are concerned, they can’t cure me.“I’d like to think I have another 15 years left in me, and I try to stay positive about it. It’s all about awareness and education – and supporting each other. “I had my quarterly check-up two weeks ago. PSA down to 0.19 but not in remission. After some discussion, I decided to have a rest from hormone therapy and will have a PSMA PET scan in late November before my next appointment. The scans should tell us whether the cancer is still just in my hip or has found some new homes. Once we know what it is doing, we can decide best course of continued treatment. It may stay the same or may need some extra added on. Right now, I’m staying strong and looking forward to enjoying more walks for The Long Run.“If you have a diagnosis of prostate cancer, talk about it. Seek information. Go see a PCFA Specialist Nurse. And if you don’t have it, be aware of it. Early diagnosis dramatically improves your chances of long-term survival. If you want to go the distance, be proactive about prostate cancer.”We have one mission – to make sure all men go the distance against prostate cancer. 💙🥇 www.thelongrun.org.au 🥇 ...
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