bone mets

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bone mets

by abhishek11 on Sun Jul 08, 2012 03:28 PM

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My relative has been diagnosed with prostate cancer with possible right iliac bone mets. After the intiation of harmonal therapy the psa level came down to less than 3 from 106. we have consulted several oncologists and meanwhile harmonal therapy is continuing. Our dilemma is , some doctors are suggesting for radical prostectomy if bone mets has not occured. we would surely do so, but we need further suggestions. can anybody suggets us 

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by rjcrossley on Mon Jul 09, 2012 09:36 PM

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On Jul 08, 2012 3:28 PM abhishek11 wrote:

My relative has been diagnosed with prostate cancer with possible right iliac bone mets. After the intiation of harmonal therapy the psa level came down to less than 3 from 106. we have consulted several oncologists and meanwhile harmonal therapy is continuing. Our dilemma is , some doctors are suggesting for radical prostectomy if bone mets has not occured. we would surely do so, but we need further suggestions. can anybody suggets us 

you are right to be conserned as his cancer not now contain And taking out the primery sit (His prostrate  wouldbe useless and would do more harm then good as  the RP it self would allow more prostrate cancer miny tumors in to his blood streem these prostrate csncer miny tumors are mostly kill off by the immune system but the tumors can survive this if they can get in to aira like bone that have a low blood suply where the immune system not as strong  

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by skidan on Tue Jul 10, 2012 03:28 PM

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On Jul 08, 2012 3:28 PM abhishek11 wrote:

My relative has been diagnosed with prostate cancer with possible right iliac bone mets. After the intiation of harmonal therapy the psa level came down to less than 3 from 106. we have consulted several oncologists and meanwhile harmonal therapy is continuing. Our dilemma is , some doctors are suggesting for radical prostectomy if bone mets has not occured. we would surely do so, but we need further suggestions. can anybody suggets us 

My cancer also was outside the prostate and their was one Urologist that wanted to cut it out even though he knew he wouldn't get all of it. I asked him why, his response we will get the source. Really if it was that easy their wouldn't be as many reoccurences, like 33% of those that have surgeries have it come back. My response was all your going to do is spread it through out my body. Personally I would pass on the surgery. It won't have any effect on his bone cancer. I f I were him I would try alterntive medicine, it has worked for me and many others.

If he would like more info check out my website at

www.alternativeprostatecancer.com

Dan

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by rjcrossley on Tue Jul 10, 2012 10:53 PM

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On Jul 10, 2012 3:28 PM skidan wrote:

On Jul 08, 2012 3:28 PM abhishek11 wrote:

My relative has been diagnosed with prostate cancer with possible right iliac bone mets. After the intiation of harmonal therapy the psa level came down to less than 3 from 106. we have consulted several oncologists and meanwhile harmonal therapy is continuing. Our dilemma is , some doctors are suggesting for radical prostectomy if bone mets has not occured. we would surely do so, but we need further suggestions. can anybody suggets us 

My cancer also was outside the prostate and their was one Urologist that wanted to cut it out even though he knew he wouldn't get all of it. I asked him why, his response we will get the source. Really if it was that easy their wouldn't be as many reoccurences, like 33% of those that have surgeries have it come back. My response was all your going to do is spread it through out my body. Personally I would pass on the surgery. It won't have any effect on his bone cancer. I f I were him I would try alterntive medicine, it has worked for me and many others.

If he would like more info check out my website at

www.alternativeprostatecancer.com "" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.alternativeprostatecancer.com " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">www.alternativeprostatecancer.com

Dan

Hi Dan Im just one of the manny others, In 2007,  with my prostrate cancer getting worse, and worse, I walk away from getting an RP, Because  My doctor told me, That  to do the RP, he would have to take out a lot of my Inguinal lymph nodes. These are the lymph nodes in My Groin, With my prostrate cancer a lot of these had  become swollen They were overloaded doing their job, this cause the lymph glands and lymph gland groups to become enlarged and swollen,  he told me a few of these run very close to the nerve that controls my inside  leg muscle if he were to accidentally cut this while removing  the lymph nodes I be a cripple for the rest of my life, so after this I walk a way from conventional treatment, now years later, I'm so glad I did so . Going  though the holistic treatments took me a long time but I'm in remission now bwcause of it  and I'm free of pain and Im well.  

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