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Thanks Pete kind of you to send message.I wonder if now every new pain or ache i get i wont worry it is the PC.Tomorrow is a biggie getting nervous gave blood last week for my 9 mth PSA get results tomorrow morning.Keep in touch how are you going well i hope.
Thanks again Mate.
I echo Pete's reponse - That is FANTASTIC news!
And I know how relieved you must be, because I've only just had my first scans in almost six years.
To say I was a bit worried would be an understatement.
I too was overjoyed with the news.
Have you ever known anyone be so delighted to hear they have arthritis?
As you say, we can relax a bit now, knowing we have stayed lucky and as yet there is no spread of PCa to the bones.
George so good to hear from you I'm not sure that should be talking to you after what you did to us in the latest ashes tour.You are so right i was saying to myself pls let it be arthritis could you believe that hoping to have arthritis i have never been so happy.I will have arthritis any day stay in touch and let me know how your doing.
Regards from oz bob.