Saw my Consultant on Thursday, he was surprised but delighted that I have been completely dry since my catheter was removed last Wednesday "maybe we should leave the catheter in for longer after surgery" We discussed my diagnosis & he told me that the cancer was very aggressive and locallyaadvanced, but it only covered 12%of the prostate & was low down, making surgery more difficult. The pathology showed positive margin. After further investigation, the final stage is now T3a with non-focal extraprostatic extension. At this point, the cancer has not spread and there are only "miniscule cancer cells remaining" My latest PSA is undetectable and Mr S along with the Oncology Consultant have decided to delay any further treatment for the moment & monitor the situation with regular PSA tests (next one in 4 months) I was stunned, I was fully expecting to be starting on HT/RP straight away. Needless to say Julie and I are a lot more relaxed than we have been since the whole PCa thing started. It's nice to have some respite from treatment - even if it's just for a few months it just feels like there's some light at the end of the tunnel.