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Wayne Crosby (@sanway)

Active Surveillance

Prostate Cancer | Last Active: Dec 19, 2021 | Replies (8)

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First BPH diagnosis in 1976. Concerning comments by doctor at annual workplace physical exams. Fast forward to 2000. BPH + PSA led to multiple to Active Surveillance (Watchful Waiting) for 20 years. Covid happens, my doctor’s office, hospital and lab become restricted, only taking emergencies for 9 months. My prostate cancer symptoms occurred all at once. I end up in the emergency room. CT Scan indicates prostate problems. Biopsy, December 15, 2020, indicates stage 4 prostate cancer. Started treatment right away. I am now on monthly PSA’s and Active Surveillance for eternity.

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I don't know how old you are. But has anyone mentioned Lupron to you?

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