A member asked:

My father in low has cancer prostate, on diagnosis his psa was 17 ng/ml, he recieved hormonal treatment now psa is 0.3 ng/ml , wht is that mean?

3 doctors weighed in across 2 answers
Dr. Sewa Legha answered

Specializes in Medical Oncology

Besides hormonal treatment, he will likely need local radiotherapy to the prostate gland. He should seek a second opinion from a radiotherapist just to be sure that he is receiving adequate treatment for his prostate cancer.

Answered Aug 19, 2013



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Dr. Frank Mayo answered

Specializes in Pulmonary Critical Care

The hormonal therapy has been effective in slowing down the prostate tumor which produces excess psa.

Answered Oct 3, 2013



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