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Re: Choosing to wait

Charles,

Thank you for being so open with your numbers, this info gives me something to think about and gives me a better perspective on my situation. With 7 out of 12 for me with most greater than 50% perhaps I have missed any window of opportunity for AS/ alternative healing.

Yet perhaps not.

Pete m.

Re: Choosing to wait

Hi Pete, with so many cores positive and to such a great extent, I am honestly surprised you were not more strongly encouraged to get some kind of treatment. Maybe this perspective is wrong as I am very much in the beginning stages of learning as much as I can about PCa, but I have yet to find any AS protocols which would allow for such a large number of positive cores and that much PCa in each of those cores. There is certainly lots of info on these protocols on the net. I hope whatever treatment choice you make you have a great outcome.

Charlie

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