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Correction

by ginnys on Thu Mar 07, 2013 09:35 PM

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My husband went to his urologist today and found out that his PSA was not 0.01, but 0.1.  Hopefully not too significant!  Thanks for all your replies.

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by beatingcancer on Thu Mar 07, 2013 10:50 PM

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Hello Ginnys,

My name is Lynn and my husband also has had prostate cancer. He had surgery and radiation and I thank the Lord, he is in remission at this time. I highly recommend Dan Goldstone's advice. He has really helped us out. He genuinely cares and is very wise about cancer and the different efffective treatments available. Ray is also a great help and very informative!

I understand many of the turbulances associated with this journey as a caregiver, mental and physical. Feel free to message me, I would be glad to share with you anything that might help or if you just want to talk. I am a christian and the Lord Jesus is my refuge and strength. He is always present with us and our constant, faithful Father God. His word says that He has already won the battle for us, with this life and the eternal life to come!!

May God guide you and protect you. In Christ, Lynn 

   

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by skidan on Fri Mar 08, 2013 03:36 PM

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On Mar 07, 2013 10:50 PM beatingcancer wrote:

Hello Ginnys,

My name is Lynn and my husband also has had prostate cancer. He had surgery and radiation and I thank the Lord, he is in remission at this time. I highly recommend Dan Goldstone's advice. He has really helped us out. He genuinely cares and is very wise about cancer and the different efffective treatments available. Ray is also a great help and very informative!

I understand many of the turbulances associated with this journey as a caregiver, mental and physical. Feel free to message me, I would be glad to share with you anything that might help or if you just want to talk. I am a christian and the Lord Jesus is my refuge and strength. He is always present with us and our constant, faithful Father God. His word says that He has already won the battle for us, with this life and the eternal life to come!!

May God guide you and protect you. In Christ, Lynn 

   

Lynn,

  Thanks for the kind words. Thank God that Mike is doing so well. It makes my day when I get this great news.

May God bless you and Mike

Dan

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by POOKIETRAIN on Sat Mar 09, 2013 10:31 PM

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On Mar 07, 2013 9:35 PM ginnys wrote:

My husband went to his urologist today and found out that his PSA was not 0.01, but 0.1.  Hopefully not too significant!  Thanks for all your replies.

That sounds more like it. Wishing you the best.

rjcrossley rjcrossley
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by rjcrossley on Tue Mar 12, 2013 06:33 AM

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On Mar 08, 2013 3:36 PM skidan wrote:

On Mar 07, 2013 10:50 PM beatingcancer wrote:

Hello Ginnys,

My name is Lynn and my husband also has had prostate cancer. He had surgery and radiation and I thank the Lord, he is in remission at this time. I highly recommend Dan Goldstone's advice. He has really helped us out. He genuinely cares and is very wise about cancer and the different efffective treatments available. Ray is also a great help and very informative!

I understand many of the turbulances associated with this journey as a caregiver, mental and physical. Feel free to message me, I would be glad to share with you anything that might help or if you just want to talk. I am a christian and the Lord Jesus is my refuge and strength. He is always present with us and our constant, faithful Father God. His word says that He has already won the battle for us, with this life and the eternal life to come!!

May God guide you and protect you. In Christ, Lynn 

   

Lynn,

  Thanks for the kind words. Thank God that Mike is doing so well. It makes my day when I get this great news.

May God bless you and Mike

Dan

your book  help me to Dan manny thanks to you Ray

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