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Re: Hormone Therapy

A hematology oncologist administered my ADT during radiation treatments. He didn't seem to do very much when I visited him. He just looked over the other doctor's reports and nodded his head.

Re: Hormone Therapy

Aloha Wendell J,
The urologist surgeon who did the biopsy started the ADT & recommended the EBRT/IMRT ultra-sound guided treatment.
When she left our HMO, several months later, a second urologist took over the case, then toward the end of my first year, I complained to a third urologist about the shot site pain, & he stopped the ADT shots. By this time I was seeing an Oncologist, he did not agree with this choice, but because of the pain thought it would be best.

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