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in 2010 discovered prostate cancer gleason score 9. Had brachytherapy and pronounced in remission, psa was always barely readable. Bone cancer has just been found by accident in the pelvis, Dr has put me on Zoladex and will be forever, psa score is still ridiculously low. What treatments are available apart from Zoladex and wondering how long I have got. Trying not to panic.
Most of us PCa Warriors would prefer you raise these questions with with your treating physician.
We will certainly help when and if we can.
Keep us posted we may be able here and there as you proceed.