Prostate Cancer - Why would my doctor change my treatment from Lupon to Trelstar?

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5 Oct 2009

During treatment for Cancer you will find many drug changes, The doctor has to take into consideration on how the numbers are on your blood tests. That is why they do so many blood tests when you have or had Cancer. Every time I go to the Cancer doctor he takes blood, I feel like he is a Vampire and I am his dinner.. <S>

Best to you on your treatment and keep asking questions. Just always be pro-active.

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