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I was diagnosed with stage 4 prostate cancer in February 2017 and completed four months of chemotherapy in late July and will continue to have hormone treatment.
After having various cat scans and a full bone scan recently, I met with the medical oncologist yesterday for a review of my condition.
The cancer in the bones has stabilized and has not spread further, and my PSA count has decreased significantly to being less than 0.1.
I am still recovering from some of the side effects of the chemo treatment - mainly severe fatigue and exhaustion.
Stage 4 cancer is not curable so I will continue to have cat scans and bone scans every four months to ensure the disease is not spreading.
Hopefully, the hormone treatment will keep working for a while yet and then we will switch to some other treatments that have been developed over the last few years.
It is as it is - I accept it - and will do the very best I can under the circumstances.
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