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I had three cat scans and a full body bone scan two weeks ago to check on the spread of my prostate cancer.
The cancer is still progressing, but the rate of progression has been slowed by the addional medication I have been prescribed - XTANDI.
Stage four prostate cancer is terminal, but I hope to be around for a while yet.
It is as it is.
I was diagnosed with protate cancer in April, 2011 and it became stage four in late December, 2016
That's when it spread through the bones to several areas of the body.
Dr. Dhruva and the nurses and staff at the Rex Cancer Center in Raleigh, North Carolina have been fantastic.
They deserve great credit - they are my heroes in this world.
One of our avid readers Kacper Tylenda from Poland was the person who came in during April, 2017 and redesigned this web-site from top to bottom.
We think he did a fantastic job to modernize the site with the roll-out on Thursday May 18th surprisingly smooth.
I am so appreciative of his help.
Kacper is starting his own business in web-design so if you want a website built or know of people who want to redo their sites in any way.
Here is Kacper’s LinkedIn profile.