Making Peace with rising PSA after Prostatectomy

“Ive decided it’s time to make peace with my rising PSA, Gogs explains why, and what it means for him.

It’s been five years since my prostate cancer treatment, and my PSA is now detectable and slightly rising. After much research, speaking with doctors, patients, family, and soul-searching, I’ve decided it’s time to make peace with my rising PSA. It’s time I focus on the here and now and stop worrying about what might be. After all, I’m not at the end of options, and new treatments are always on the horizon.

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I’m proud to be a content contributor for Health Union. You can read all my published articles on ProstateCancer.net under Gogs’ Articles and my guest post in the Community Spotlight.

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