If you mean me, the spread to the two lymph nodes was only evident following the post-operative biopsy of what they removed.
One oncologist told me I am ‘cured’ - what a silly thing to say - and another one assured me ‘It won’t kill you’.
The statistical prognostication of the Memorial Sloane Kettering Hospital Nomogram says I have a 96% of living over 15 years, given my specific condition, by which age (78) I might be dead of something else.
So to be frank, my diagnosis has not really bothered or worried me at all, even from the first raised PSA figure 14 months ago. So whilst my PSA remains undetectable, I am carrying on being cured.
If I had had liver, pancreatic or lung cancer, I would have a totally different mental outlook!
As I said before, you’ll be much wiser when the biopsy results come through.