Thank you so much for all the replies guys!
I'm sorry for making two threads, I'm overwhelmed by all this.
So that means I won't be able to have surgery in UK?
I'm ok with any EU country as long as the docs and hospital is really good.
I don't know if surgery is best option.
All surgeons will want to do surgery (mostly). But what if there are other better options for my case?
What do you think?
Here is my info:
PSA is 7.
Biopsy results 2021:
One in 12 cores is with Gleason 4+3, two cores Gleason 3+4, three cores Gleason 3+3.
Year ago biopsy: the six cores were Gleason 3+3. So there is progression.
Do you think surgery is best route or radiation therapy or proton beam or seed implant or hormone therapy or combination or something else?
Where can I get option from a highly regarded oncologist who is neutral and has no interest in pushing any particular treatment? Sort of like a third party evaluation.
My idea is to consult a few world class oncologists in terms of treatment options and see which treatment is most recommended, then focus on finding best doctor for that treatment in EU, then proceed with the treatment.
What do you think of this strategy and what would you recommend me to do next?
i'm sorry for communication errors
Finally: What are your thoughts on fasting/starving method while maintaining enough nutriment input to function? Basically starving cancer of food. Anecdotal experiments of some people have shown it to work, but they went super extreme with the starving.
And any advice in general in terms of diet would be great.
Thank you so much once more.