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just a comment, I am a old warrior of PCa now 12+ years my long story is here on YANA. I have this to say, my wife of 49 yrs and who was super fit, you know the type you see them pounding the pavement, exercising, eating the right food always things of "what not to do" and "must do" health wise. She was a professional person with higher qualifications. Well she was diagnosed with breast caner, 2 operations and radiation, then a few months later diagnosed with lung cancer which moved on to her brain, (never had a cigarette in her mouth ever) so brain surgery and chemo with all up 76 hits of radiation for the 3 different cancer. She had 13 hits of radiation to the entire brain. She passed away not from cancers but from motor neuron disease (MND) all with in approx 8 months. From first diagnoses of breast cancer to passing was 6 years. She was 70 yrs. Friend, PCa is a pussy cat to real cancers. My brother passed away from PCa so I know a bit about cancer as I come from a health lab. So what sucks I ask the question? Cancer is cancer there is no good cancer hey!
JH in Aust