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    Hi I applied the 3 tubes of Picato 5 weeks ago, although some of the dead skin has fallen off, the scabs have not, has anyone else been in this position after 5 weeks

    May 16 at 6:18 PM view post
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      I applied the 3 tubes of Picato 5 weeks ago, although some of the dead skin has fallen off the areas where scabs formed are still the same, has anyone else been in this position after 5 weeks

      May 16 at 6:13 PM view discussion
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        If you live in the UK this may be of interest Prostate Cancer Support (North West) 1:00 pm - 11th April 2015 at Christie Hospital Mansion House Chambers, 22 High Street, Stockport SK1 1EG Registered Charity No. 1092102 Tel 0161 474 8222 Helpline – 0845 601 0766 www.prostatecancersupport.org Dr Stephanie McArdle, lead researcher based in Nottingham Trent University’s John van Geest Cancer Research Centre Prostate...

        January 27, 2015 view post
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          my son has advanced prostate cancer and is at present having chemo, his has progressed to his pelvic, so your news isn't something that I wanted to hear, but that is your decision and i hope it all goes painlesssly, BUT i believe in positive thinking as i have overcome cancer myself and i know of a few cases of people in Hospice who have decided  to fight and are now cancer free, there is always hope, ...

          April 15, 2014 view post
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            this is another report Enzalutamide (MDV3100) is a non-steroidal antiandrogen of second generation that has shown efficacy in metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer (mCRPC). The study AFFIRM demonstrated a statistically significant increase in overall survival among patients who have progressed following a docetaxel chemotherapy. Based on these results, a marketing authorization for enzalutamide has be...

            April 07, 2014 view post
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              Enzalutamide has been getting good reports this one    Enzalutamide is a second-generation androgen receptor signaling inhibitor that was approved by the US FDA in 2012 for the treatment of metastatic docetaxel-pretreated castrate-resistant prostate cancer. In preclinical studies, enzalutamide demonstrated higher affinity to the androgen receptor compared with the first-generation a...

              April 07, 2014 view post
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                I  had the same procedures in reverse, I had my bladder and prostate removed and 3 years later I had the Whipple, I was 71 when I had the Whipple

                February 17, 2014 view post
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                  Copied this from a website it may help The process used to find out if cancer has spread within theprostate or to other parts of the body is calledstaging. In prostate cancer, staging tests may not be done unless the patient hassymptoms or signs that the cancer has spread, such as bone pain, a highPSA level, or a highGleason score. Stage I Instage I,canceris found in theprostateonly. The PSA level is lower than 1...

                  January 24, 2014 view post
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                    doddenum should be duodenum

                    January 22, 2014 view post
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                      Hi my son has stage 4 and he is 52, he was diagnosed 3 yrs ago, was given 3 yrs with a maximum of 5, up to the last few months he has been feeling ok and he has been going to the gym twice a week with no side effects, he started getting a pain in his hip, hoped it was sciatica but scan showed it was the cancer into his bone, he has had radiotheraphy an tomorrow starts 10 sessions of chemo, fingers crossed he copes wi...

                      January 22, 2014 view post
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