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Today's New Posts and Updates

Monday, 5 January 2009

Here are today’s updates and new posts.


HAROLD ENGLE diagnosed with a Gleason Score 9 and confused as to his best option

MARK N very happy he chose LRRP but has some ED problems still

CHARLES ORYN decided to have Proton Beam therapy and is very happy with outcome

JIM FOTTER chose Laparoscopic surgery but still has problem with ED

GREG ARON chose ProstRcision at RCOG and had a great experience there, as might be expected from their reputation


COLIN WOOD eight years down, two to go to Gold status

DAVID PATTISON diagnosed in October has decided on laparoscopic surgery

JEFF H reporting in eighteen months after robotic surgery and all’s well

EDDIE SCOTT has been on AS for 12 months but is now concerned and feels he should choose treatment

DAVID T may have PSA ‘bounce’ after HDR brachytherapy

STEVEN SNYDER still leaking and ED problems four months after surgery

ED B happy with his choice of Laparoscopic Surgery

GREGG MORRISON diagnosed in May 1991 with a PSA of 92.0, Gregg is still in remission from PCa but regrettably has been diagnosed with a tumour in his pancreas and is now diabetic. Gregg and his wife Kerry designed and ran the Yana site for some years when we first started – it would not have got off the ground when it did without them.

All the best

Terry in Australia