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Thanks Mark, I would guess that the PSA reading in my case is not coming from the cooper's gland as it was evidently excised along with everything else (No evidence of it being there any more). Doc. explained that because of the extent of cancer shown in the biopsy he went wide to get all possible cancer. The results are obvious but one does what has to be done for the best chance of success. Jon.