Metastatic Prostate Cancer with Charles Ryan, MD and William K. Oh, MD: Case 1 - Episode 2
What are the biggest considerations and concerns in an elderly patient?
CASE: Metastatic Prostate Cancer (Part 1)
Stanley S is an 83-year-old Caucasian male whose past medical history includes diagnosis of adenocarcinoma of the prostate in 2012 with no evidence of metastasis. At the time, he was started on bicalutamide and his serum PSA levels subsequently decreased to 1.2 ng/ml.
During his most recent follow-up exam, the patient complained of intermittent back pain and increasing fatigue.