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Re: Why does Zytiga fail?

I had a full anaesthetic Jack. The first procedure took over and hour and the second about forty minutes. I don't think the placement and replacement of stents could have been dealt with in any other way. The cystoscopy was incidental to the main procedure.

All the best

Terry

Re: Why does Zytiga fail?

Terry,

I appreciate the non-judgmental tone of your response. I couldn't fault you for thinking:

I don't think the placement and replacement of stents could have been dealt with in any other way, you idiot.

Jack from Jersey

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