Sorry to read your illnesses. With a T2 lesion you could get a good result. Although every case is different and they will assess the vigour of the lesion and give it a Gleason score between 6 and 10, with 6 being best. Most people ask for it to be added to your profile on here as it's quite useful.
As you've no doubt read, the standard treatments for Prostate Cancer are an operation to remove it, hormones to reduce testosterone which reduces the size of the prostate and tumour often followed by radiotherapy. There are a lot of different hormone type treatments. There is also brachytherapy which could be an option. Reading your post it could be that the operation won't be offered due to health problems, the stent, although I can't say that. But the operation is performed with a tilt position that stresses the heart apparently.
With a T2 lesion you should only be getting symptoms that could make you rush to the loo or have difficulty passing urine. It can depend how big your prostate and the lesion is. People often advise that you download the toolkit from this website.
They,re my thoughts anyway, if they're of any help. I'm just a patient and it's from reading and your existing other conditions could influence things.
Edited by member 26 Jun 2018 at 23:40
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