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Old 11-18-2012, 01:55 PM   #3
basil J
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Good luck with your illness; personally, I'd have the radiation -- several friends who had it years ago are doing quite well. One friend who didn't now has a bone metastasis and soaring PSA.

Tennis should not be an issue. I often play with two guys who had prostatectomy -- both went to Johns Hopkins where "nerve sparing" technique is said to be particularly good. The surgery should have no impact on playing tennis, once you've healed.
Good to hear that. Radiation is not an option I am considering due to my young age, historically prostate cancer patients can develop bladder infections and or cancer later down the road from the chemo/radiation treatments. The surgeon I am leaning towards works primarily with athletes and has a great track record of keeping nerves intact.
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