My father who will be 69 in Feb. was just diagnosed with a very aggressive form of prostate ca. He had 17 tissue samples taken by biopsy and was told only that it is an aggressive form. I don't yet know his Gleason score or any other details. He is scheduled for both a bone scan and a CT scan this week. Then a week later he goes to talk to the doctor about treatment options. I am a nurse and I have done my reading and research and know what's available, but am hoping to talk to others who have been through something similar. This is also not my area of expertise and I am hoping to gather as much info as possible before we discuss treatment options. Any advice or other's experiences would be appreciated. Thanks!
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