I posted on the other link and now have more information and to me it sounds like my Dad has little time left. I just wondered if others had more knowledge on time scales.
He is 77 and was diagnosed in Jan but only just found out how advanced his cancer is. PSA 280 Gleason 4+5, not sure of the T stage but M0 and N1. ie it has spread to his lymph nodes but not his bones. RT not an option due to position of the spread in his lymph nodes. Chemo ruled out due to his chronic asthma. He has been having HT for last 5 months but a mix up at the hospital means he hasn't had his PSA tracked since diagnosis so sorting that now.
Given his Gleason score and the fact he can't have chemo it feels like he can't have much time left before it will spread to his bones etc. I appreciate given his age other things could impact but have convinced myself he might have less than a year so would like some hope of there is any!