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My urologist says that if my psa doubles in three months I can’t use hormone therapy anymore and have to switch to xtandi. Is that so?

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Thank you for sharing your concerns about prostate cancer with us.

Xtandi, known by its generic name Enzalutamide is an anti-androgen meaning it blocks the effect of testosterone. As such, it is indeed a hormonal therapy.

Are you referring to Leuprolide injections?

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