At 04:07 PM 4/1/2011, Steven L. Robinson wrote:
>SOMETIMES it is. Other times it can be aggressive. If it spreads to the
>bones, it can be extraordinarily painful. A particularly bad way to die.
>On the other hand, if you treat it early there are the risks of nasty side
>effects of the treatment - like incontinence.
>----- Original Message -----
>But this is one of those diseases that they're far
>better at detecting than treating; and it's a very slow-growing type of
>cancer that could take decades to kill you. And some of the treatments
>are highly invasive, have huge side-effects, and aren't particularly
>successful all the time.
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