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Just saw Dr Myers' presentation from late 2014. Having become somewhat comfortable with my progress since PBRT, his message hit home. Basically his premise is there is no cure for PC, but rather we should look to permanent remission. Sobering, but upon reflection it told me this isn't a one and done. In my specific case, thinking I'm cured, has been a disincentive to making the permanent life changes needed to avoid other common health issues. The changes he suggested not only affect those other issues, but could help me maintain remission on the PC.