I'm not saying he's not right, he may well be.
Prostate cancer, as cancers go, isn't too bad. It's reassuringly slow, and most people die of something else before the PCa gets them.
Prostate cancer treatment, however, is not nice at all. Every option has risks attached, and some of those risks are quite high risk. Every option is life changing.
The consultant knows more about PCa that you or I ever will. But he doesn't know about you and your life. You do. And you owe it to yourself to make an informed decision.
Start with the 'toolkit' and take it from there. Most of your questions can be answered here...
Edited by member 26 Aug 2019 at 09:33
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