Thank you for editing Clare - I have now been able to listen to the lecture which I found very interesting. FLA adds another potential option to ways of treating PCa confined to the Prostate. As with Nanoknife IRE, it is relatively new but is regarded as experimental and not yet widely trialed, so the medium to long term success has yet to be established. It is quite often the case that it takes a long time to approve new treatments in the UK and I think it unlikely that FLA will be an exception to this. This means that anybody deciding that he would like this treatment will most likely have to go abroad as A did. Even to do this it means a man must establish that it is likely to be better or more appropriate for him than what is already on offer in the UK. I think it very unlikely that in the UK there are many Consultants that are sufficiently aware of FLA and Nanoknife IRE to give considered guidance. So unless a man has done considerable research himself (or had a proactive researcher working for him), and can fund the treatment, I think the numbers going abroad for FLA will be very small at least for some time. However, I have noted from an American/International forum I am on that an increasing number of men are having FLA, mostly in Mexico to the best of my recollection.