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Re: Dealing with the Brain Dead in the Medical Establishment
Good quote Terry.
Tony ... my Oncologist told me to have the PSA checked about six or eight weeks following radiation treatment.
No one seemed really concerned about it. I'm going back to my GP next month and get it checked ... or the month after, doesn't really matter to me cause even if it didn't work, I doubt I'd go thru that course of treatment again.
All I wanna do now is pee without pain. Maybe someday.