2 Replies |Report This| Share this:Immunotherapy for Prostate CancerMy husband is just starting Provenge for his metastatic prostate cancer. Has anyone else has success with it? <a rel="nofollow" href="http://bit.ly/12E55g5">http://bit.ly/12E55g5</a> <br /><br /><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.prostate.net/2013/prostate-cancer/provenge-life-expectancy/">http://www.prostate.net/2013/prostate-cancer/provenge-life-expectancy/</a>
Report This| Share this:Immunotherapy for Prostate CancerProvenge treatment for cancer is the latest therapy for cancer and it is very effective too providing you should be knowing what stage of cancer you on to opt for it. here is what you can read: <a href="http://vapresspass.com/2013/08/21/can-exercise-and-diet-help-minimize-the-risk-of-progressive-cancer-by-ralph-coleman/">http://vapresspass.com/2013/08/21/can-exercise-and-diet-help-minimize-the-risk-of-progressive-cancer-by-ralph-coleman/</a>
We use it in our practice and have been very happy with the tolerability and the improved survival data. It is impressive to think that the first "cancer vaccine" is in the field of urology. Sounds like your husband is in good hands.
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Report This| Share this:Immunotherapy for Prostate CancerWe use it in our practice and have been very happy with the tolerability and the improved survival data. It is impressive to think that the first "cancer vaccine" is in the field of urology. Sounds like your husband is in good hands.
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