Posted by: Zmann | 2009-02-06

Prostrate Cancer now in Hip Bone

My Dad has Prostrate Cancer and is being treated with shots, he has developed pain in his hip and was recently diagnosed with Cancer in the bone in that area. The doctor immediately started radiation treatment every day for 14 treatments. Question is how bad is this and what are the survival rates. Please any info would be appreciated

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Metastasise of advanced prostate cancer has a poor prognosis. Unfortunately, these complications are a painful and dreaded long process. Outcome will depend on treatment and the response to the treatment. It is more important to ensure that your father has edaquate pain relief and a good support system.

Good luck.


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