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William A lives in England. He was 65 when he was diagnosed in May, 2008. His initial PSA was 95.00 ng/ml, his Gleason Score was 9, and he was staged T3b. His choice of treatment was ADT-Androgen Deprivation (Hormone) (Other). Here is his story.

THERE WAS NO RESPONSE TO AN UPDATE REMINDER IN 2017 SO THERE IS NO UPDATE.

Diagnosed May 2008. PSA 95 gleason 9. treatment Zoladex and cyproterone. Have done really well up till now.

After 8 years with my PSA rising slowly, on average doubling every 13 months, I have just found out that my cancer has spread to my pelvic bone. I am starting Xtandi on Tuesday May 10, 2016. Can anyone give me any survival rates on this drug please. Have read bit of info on the trial. I am getting funding from NHS, so very lucky as I believe it costs over 3000 or more per month.

Thank you.

William's e-mail address is: spiritviolet78 AT gmail.com (replace "AT" with "@")

NOTE: William has not updated his story for more than 15 months, so you may not receive any response from him.


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