Living With Cancer Update Autobiography, Bell Street Press, Sharing, Uncategorized 2 Comments

I made the trip back to Stanford Cancer Clinic a few weeks ago and to my surprise, they were much more upbeat than I was. They said, yes, the PSA is slightly elevated at 0.4, but they are not going to do anything about it until it gets to somewhere between 1.5 and 2.0. I asked them if they could locate where the cancer was in my body and the answer was, no. With a PSA of 0.4 after prostate removal, the cancer is so minute that it cannot be detected any way other than blood tests. Or at least that was my take on it. So the beast remains, however small, but I will not worry about it again until I go back in for my next blood test in March of 2016. Sorry if I took so long getting back to you on this. Other wonderful things have been going on in my family like my son proposing to Randi and she saying yes! We had a wonderful visit with them during the holidays.

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