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Re: NIH Quality of Life Survey

Aloha,
Took this survey last night. It did cover a lot of the aspects of having PCa, and did get into the associated side affects.
One question was about who you compared yourself to with your present condition. I've never compared myself to anyone with PCa. I do know some men who did not have any side affects (very good starting conditions) from EBRT and I have a friend who got bladder cancer 8 years after EBRT.
Joe

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