Morning Chris, sorry if I appered a bit irrte, last comment. It was simply how I was making my case.
As I say I was diagnosed in early '18 as stage 4, & obviously no chance of surgery. As my specialist put it I didn't even have many choices of treatment. My prostate was beyond help & all they can do is attempt to controle the lymph system from spreading the cancer. I'm fortunate in that cancer has not spread beyond the pelvic.
I kicked-off with a PSA of 5,320, but two years on it is down to 0.05. Even so, my cancer nurse refuses to hazard a calculation of how long I have.
Since I have had epilepsy most of my life I have never had a driving lisence & so have used Public Transport to get me anywhere. I have been a keen amature photographer all my life, but now because of the fatigue I experience I have not been out under my own steem for about a year. I find this extremely frustrating now since photography is now my life.