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I am seeing Dr. Eastham at Sloane for robotic Feb 2.Of 3 positive cores,worst was 7(3+4)50%. PSA was 4.04.Diagnosis was Oct 10.Anyone care to comment on the long wait time.Frank Ruiss Umpiresatch@yahoo.com.Thanks
After making your decision waiting is the pits.
You have an intermediate(aggressive)level diagnosis with a low PSA, so a two+ months wait is unlikely to affect your outcome all that much.
Depending on how much time you devoted to research prior to your decision, you might consider additional research to ensure you have made the very best decision for yourself and your circumstances.
Best wishes Don O.