question: if the prostate cancer comes back after prostatectomy, do you have to use hormones “and” radiation?

My radiation therapist colleagues often recommend hormone therapy ( although this treatment is often referred to as "hormone therapy" actually they all take away the male hormone testosterone, so it should be "anti-hormone therapy) because they feel it potentiates the effectiveness of the radiation. It is clear that it helps in the unfavorable cancers, the article …

the robot got my prostate cancer!

I ain't saying I'm agin it.....I am just sayin, you ought to think on it. -  JM Reuter's article on "the robot" WebMd-More incontinence and ED? Science Daily-Costs for robotic higher? Dr. Catalona's thoughts Robotic- Is it time to  reassess?

For humor to be effective there must be an element of truth. That the family guy “prostate” episodes are funny shows that men in general would rather not have the prostate exam. This “rectal refusal syndrom” plays a role in delaying the diagnosis of prostate cancer.

Family guy sues doctor for rectal exam. Violated!  The reason the above resonates as funny is that many men really feel  this way about a doctor doing  the prostate exam. This in turn leads to attempts at early detection being thwarted.  You hear about a famous person being " stricken" with terminal prostate cancer almost …