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Something to think about. Have you included this possibility in your decision making?

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Penelope decided to take matters into her own hands. She got the stick, scooted it up the dock gang plank, put it in the water herself and then completed the task by taking it to shore. She’s in complete control.

At the end of the day what you decide to do about your prostate cancer is your decision. To elect a particular therapy and then retrospectively criticize the doctor or the treatment modality is…well waiting for someone else to throw your stick.

Chocolate and Hydrangea Blue so beautiful together!

Chocolate and Hydrangea Blue so beautiful together!

Rootone, the cuttings and garden shears.

Rootone, the cuttings and garden shears.

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Quart containers, quality potting soil with perlite.

Succulent non flowering tip with second level of leaf off shoot removed. (This is where the new roots will come from.)

Succulent non flowering tip with second level of leaf off shoot removed. (This is where the new roots will come from.)

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Finished product-Moist potting soil, tips having been dipped in Rootone and the carefully pressed into the container.

 

 

Here’s the question:

I enjoy reading and listening to your perspective on Prostate cancer. You mention High grade or Low grade types of cancer. I presume this pertains to the Gleason score? Or are there other factors involved?

 

Here’s the answer:

Assuming the cancer is no where else and is confined to the prostate as best as can be determined (Negative bone scan and neg CT scan) then the most important factor to consider in the prognosis of a patient with prostate cancer is the Gleason’s score.

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