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Just my opinion here so keep that in mind as you read. When I hear of prostate cancer that needs any treatment and the idea is to only treat a small effected portion of it in order to preserve the "good" part, I can't help but wonder - if we were prone to develop cancer in the first place and we eliminate just the effected portion, what is to say the healthy part won't develop PC in the future? Treatment is not fun so why go through it more than once. Jon.