It isn't that easy.
- Firstly, the doctors have a legal duty of confidentiality - they wouldn't be allowed to give you information without your husband's consent so unless he has already told them that he is happy for you to have direct conversation, you might have a struggle to find anything out
- if he has told them that he doesn't want to know, they are unlikely to tell you
- the doctors have no way of knowing how long he has left so it is almost impossible to answer your questions
- I am not sure where you have been looking but the scores you have posted here aren't that bad, and the scores can't predict what will happen anyway
We have had members like Trevor diagnosed with a PSA of 13000 and lived for 5 years, Si had a PSA of 3 but mets all over his skeleton and is still here being a walking miracle, Irun was diagnosed with mets all over his body and he has done extreme marathons in the years since. Devonmaid's husband had a Gleason 9 or 10 and is still here 6/7 years later. On the other hand, we have had men diagnosed with quite low Gleason grades who died really quickly because their cancer didn't respond to the hormones. At the minute, your partner's doctors can't tell you what you want to know because it is impossible to guess.