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You're severely limiting your options by relying on local's advice and opinions. Someone with only 20 robotics is a novice . You're right about having only one shot and at age 55 you might have 30-35 more good years if its done right. Nerve sparing might still be possible if performed by an expert. See the Fall edition of the PCRI Journal Insights which describes the latest Robotic technique of nerve sparing and simultaneous grafts which can be performed if the nerves can't be spared. Many people fly to NY from all over the country to get the latest state of the art treatment. State of the art should also be available in Chicago if there's a top laproscopic prostate surgeon there which is most likely. We've recently learned that some of the best robotic surgeons are abandoning the robot because it offers no advantage to the patient and they can do better and more delicate work with laproscopic instruments.
I'd bet you can have all cancer removed and still have the ability to have future erections if the surgery is performed by a highly skilled experienced surgeon who has performed hundreds of laproscopic R.P.'s and has access to a specialist who can do simultaneous nerve grafts if needed. If not available in Chicago it is in NY.
If you can't find a Dr. in Chicago call Dr. Guillonneau's office at Sloan-Kettering for a referral in Chicago. He'll probably know who's best there and may well have trained him . His phone# is 646-422-4406.
Don't settle for second class care at your relatively young age.
Bob