March 4 2018

Health Numbers

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PSA GraphRising Numbers

 December 30 2017

Latest Scan Results

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1. Numerous scattered sclerotic osseous lesions consistent with metastatic disease. Compared to prior PET/CT of August 14, there are a few lesions with new or progressive hypermetabolic activity, in the bony pelvis bilaterally and in the T12 vertebral body, consistent with worsening metastases.

2. Multiple prominent lymph nodes with new or increasing hypermetabolic activity, mediastinal, bilateral axillary, periportal, and right external iliac chain, nonspecific but raising concern for nodal tumor involvement.

This was my latest scan results. Depressing to say the least. After two years of cutting edge treatment for cancer.

 December 13 2017

Off to See the Wizard

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Another visit with the Wizard today and Treatment. Next Month we will go for another scan. He said he didn’t like having to submit me to the radiation but we need to see what the metz are doing. The PSA numbers continue to fluctuate but he isn’t really concerned about them at this time, unless they make a big jump. Isn’t it funny, it’s been a little over two years since my original diagnoses. I’m still here. We’re lucky to have gotten this far, with a stage four full blown metastatic (Castrate Resistant) Prostate Cancer, that had already metastasized. If we stay with the current treatment plan, we may get a couple or few more years.

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