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I'm starting Xtandi this Tuesday 10th may. Read all about side effects.Was diagnosed 8 years ago PSA 95 gleason 9 stage T3b. Psa doubling average every 13 months. Regular scans. Latest scan shows spread to pelvic bone. Any statistics to median time till new spread on xtandi.
Drug being funded by NHS.
I doubt if enough folk have been on enzalutamide in your situation for there to be the sort of stats you're seeking. I can only give tangential advice. I've been on a similar regime - abiraterone for two and a half years. That's a lot longer than most folk experience. Usually, the treatment is effective for a matter of months. So, I come back to Terry's maxim "the only rule with PCa is that there are no rules". The same applies to treatments, I think. I take comfort in what I've been told repeatedly by oncologists - when this treatment fails (not if) there are now lots of options for further treatment. That must be so in your case too.