Big LA Dodger Fan
No problem Flint, it is important for men to share information about Prostate Cancer. I am not a Doctor and all I know is that my Radiation Oncologist told me he would kill the cancer and pretty quickly after the 43 treatments my PSA was 0.05 and by about six months it was 0.02. It sat there for about a year. Because I am a Type II Diabetic, I have a Blood Draw every three months and my last lab result showed the PSA I noted. Basically the cancer is a dead as the proverbial “doornail” and there are no Prostate Specific Antigens in my bloodstream.
I told my RO that my image of him and his staff was he is a Sheriff who with his Posse and their hugh “Ray Gun” ride around killing cancer. LOL