OK time I stepped in! As you all know I am very much against holiday snaps being shown but if these pictures are how you look after going on an all inclusive holiday to Outer Mongolia then all is forgiven. Seriously they do give hope to others and I can see punters trying to download them and taking them to their specialist to compare with their own scans on their next appointment. Bri, unfortunately I can't see your picture, perhaps that is fortunately, but I gather it is of a dried up fig. I am using an iPad so perhaps that is why.
Going back to the scans I think Paul is right in that the 2nd two are after the contrast has been injected. Whatever like Allister (Alathays) who has extensive mets throughout his body yet still enjoys life and continues to take part in a number of activities, your scans Si give hope to those who are worried that any metastasis is automatically the end. You have shown that that is far from the case. Prostate Cancer is a funny old game, not in the Ha Ha sense, but in the way it is so diverse and goes down so many paths, if caught early enough it can be cured, later down the line it can be controlled. I have played the game for over 15 years, I might be about to lose the battle very shortly but when I was diagnosed all those years ago, 5 years was the initial target, never dreaming that the 5 years would be trebled. So I think newcomers should look at the positives and hope that we three and so many more bring, so as always,
Life is for living
Barry ( alias Barrington )