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    Thanks for all your encouragement, guys and gals.

    Not only is it malignant, but it is big, so my treatment starts with hormones to stop the production of Testosterone. These are analogs of female hormones, so I get to experience hot flashes, etc. I'm told they can be bad but so far, OK. I can tell that I am taking big-time meds, however.

    In either three or six months, once I have been shrunk, I will either have it removed or treated with radioactive seeds. If I don't have any complications, like not peeing, I should be fine in the late summer.

    Thanks agian,

    kip

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    Will be thinking of you Kip. Stay well.
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    I come back from my trip and the first thread I see is this! OMG Kip!! My thoughts and prayers!

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    Keep the faith.

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    Kip- Hang in there man, my prayers are with you !

    I am a grade 6 survivor myself. I know it's not much comfort but if there is a cancer to get, prostate is the one with the highest survival rate and is very treatable. I had my surgury back in June and got my 6 month clean bill of health in December.

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    Sorry to hear about that Kip. Prayers and good thoughts on the way!
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    in my prayers

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    Don't die Kip!!!
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