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I'm 58 and a regular runner, competing in races from 10km to marathon.
Following PSA tests, biopsies and MRI , T3 prostate cancer has been diagnosed and I am due to have a radical prostatectomy . I know that the doctors and surgeons are excellent at their jobs but when it comes to exercise they think that regular exercise is walking the dog! Running up to 26miles and beyond is something they don't seem to comprehend. I certainly wish to continue running after surgery and would welcome anybody's experience having had a similar situation and any advice they can offer.
Many thanks, Gerry.