Every member who wishes to pose a question, seek support or comment on posts is able to do so. Nobody who posts on this forum is professionally qualified as I understand it and everybody is on a learning curve. Those that post are primarily interested in their own situation. Others freely give their time to largely pass on acquired knowledge and experience, at times using their own experience to illustrate a situation and action taken and do their best to support others. It would certainly be advantageous to the forum if there were more of the latter but you can't press gang others to contribute. With every club, association or group with which I have been associated, and there have been a number over the years, there has always been a dearth of volunteers, so it falls to a small nucleus to step up.
So appreciate those who regularly do their best to support others, even when they are asked questions which should be more appropriately addressed to the patients own physicians. If the most frequent posters stopped doing so, response would be very light. and less well informed. Is this what you would like to see? What do you expect the moderators to do, reduce support? There are aspects of PCa that even Professionals disagree on yet alone members of this forum but you are free to express your opinion. However, it ill behoves somebody with obviously very limited knowledge to take a swipe at somebody who clearly knows much more about the subject and is trying to assist you.. Suggest you think about it and apologise!
Edited by member 27 May 2023 at 10:16
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