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What are the downsides of Lupron/Casodex adjuvant therapy for prostate cancer?

I am interested in knowing the down sides to Lupron/Casodex adjuvant therapy for prostate cancer. My husband had a prostatectomy in January 2010. His PSA, within 3 months post-op was up to 33.5. It was 50 pre-op. All pre surgical biopsies were positive, surgical biopsy showed positive margins, gleason 7 (4+3) and invasion of seminal vesicles.
Wed, 23 Aug 2017
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You can opt for Homoeopathic mode of management.As Homoeopathy is side effectless and very mild to act in oncological cases where immunity gets very heavily deranged.Homoeopathy treatment needs a thorough Case taking to select proper Medicine which needs thorough detailed Case history and reports.
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What are the downsides of Lupron/Casodex adjuvant therapy for prostate cancer?

You can opt for Homoeopathic mode of management.As Homoeopathy is side effectless and very mild to act in oncological cases where immunity gets very heavily deranged.Homoeopathy treatment needs a thorough Case taking to select proper Medicine which needs thorough detailed Case history and reports.