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AS for intermediate risk PCa in middle age men. Attention Terry!!

Hi Terry,
The last time we crossed swords, I said I would be back in five years. Unfortunately given your change of circumstance ( yes I have been watching), perhaps it is timely to have this discussion now.

I was very sad to read of your disease progression with metastasis now being clearly evident, and of course you now having to be dealt with them using conventional medicine.

In light of your now verified progression and knowing what is ahead of you (GS 5+4), are you still willing to sing the praises of AS for middle age men with potentially curable intermediate risk PCa?

As always I wish you good passage on your journey.

John

Re: Report back on my recent procedure

Terry,

I looked up Androcur and I see that beside acting as an antiandrogen is has properties which will lessen any hot flashes you might encounter, so I hope you sail through your treatment.

Jack

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