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Do you offer prostate RT to men with 0-3 bone metastases on conventional imaging when PSMA PET shows a very high number of M1 lesions?   

STAMPEDE answer is yes, intuitively it seems there must be a line somewhere though.

For patients staged only with PET that is widely M1, should a CT A/P and bone scan be ordered to determine if the patient may have a survival benefit from prostate RT?



Answer from: Radiation Oncologist at Community Practice
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Radiation Oncologist at Lafayette Radiation Center
I don’t think we fully understand why prosta...
Radiation Oncologist at Corewell Health
A broader point and then a finer one: I see a lot...
Radiation Oncologist at Nuvance Health
You raise an excellent point
Radiation Oncologist at Lafayette Radiation Center
Not sure which comments are directed where. The qu...
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Answer from: Radiation Oncologist at Community Practice

Answer from: Radiation Oncologist at Community Practice
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Radiation Oncologist at Lafayette Radiation Center
Case by case. Never say never. Next generation seq...
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Answer from: Radiation Oncologist at Community Practice