I was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in 2010 at the age of 58. I was on the lookout for it as my father had died of it 20 some years before and I knew it ran in families. I had surgery at Addenbrooks and today my PSA is still undetectable. I have 2 brothers, Paul, 4 years younger than me and Andre, 8 years younger. When Paul reached 58, sure enough, there it was and he went through exactly what I had with an almost identical outcome. So now my brother Andre has reached that age and a few months ago his PSA doubled in less than a year, so we're almost certain of what's going to happen next. Andre has decided not to go to Addenbrooks like Paul and I but stay locally at his hospital in Ipswich. Is that a wise move? Has anyone any experience of Urology at Ipswich? Adenbrooks has a great international reputation for the treatment of Prostate Cancer and is one of the top players in the U.K., that's why I chose to go there, but I'm worried that Andre is putting convenience ahead of expertise, though I appreciate that it's his choice!