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I have a friend who had a similar PSA reading 10 years ago. He was given 3 - 5 years tops. He underwent some 'intermittent' hormone treatments - some experimental- which knocked his PSA down to very low levels and only now after 10 years is his PSA rising and unable to be controlled. He is now in his early 70's. I hope that helps.