Misleading - radiation first then not surgery second

People often get the story wrong.


Treatment if the Prostate Cancer returns is called salvage treatment.


The most common salvage treatment following both surgery and radiation is radiation.


It is correct that surgery following radiation leads in most cases to strong incontinence.


However, radiation as a salvage treatment after radiation is not associated with such strong side-effects.


That "you can have radiation after surgery but not surgery after radiation", while being true, is irrelevant to your choice of primary treatment.


Hi I have a link to "36 world leaders compare treatments" at

https://www.jimjimjimjim.com/post/36-world-leaders-compare-treatments


And a link to several Prostate Cancer Research Institute videos on the topic at:

https://www.jimjimjimjim.com/pcri

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