Prostate cancer and how NOT to diagnose and treat it

Dr. Mercola’s excellent article:
How to Survive Prostate Cancer Without Surgery, Drugs, or Radiation

The article summary:

  • Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. In the US, about 230,000 men get diagnosed every year but only about 27,000 die each year from the disease. What we don’t know is how many of those 27,000 died of the disease and how many died because of the treatment
  • Conventional diagnosis and treatment include PSA testing, biopsy, surgery, drugs, and radiation—all of which have their drawbacks and health risks
  • There are other less invasive, safer ways to diagnose and treat prostate cancer, and filmmaker Peter Starr, a prostate cancer survivor, reveals how

Of course most important is why people get a dis-ease in the first place.  Stress, toxins in food and the environment and lack of exercise are the primary reasons.  It’s NOT your genes.

It’s YOU, YOUR body and YOUR mind.

It’s too bad if you live in Meadview, where the elitist 20 or so cold blooded morons who run the MCA and COM not only do NOTHING to promote nutritious food and exercise for the mind and body, but they actively fight anyone who wants to start activities to better the lives and health of the mostly retired and/or disabled / sick residents.

Don’t look for any support groups in Meadview, get used to living and dying alone.

2 Responses to Prostate cancer and how NOT to diagnose and treat it

  1. Hi Christine, I just happened to check in and see your news on prostrate cancer and believe we have some helpful comments for those who have an interest in this problem. We (my husband) and I experienced this news several years ago from his urologist and he was advise he had it (prostate cancer) cells found in the biopsy. We then were educated on the fact that there are various levels of this based on how many cells are found in the biopsy which can put one at low to high risk. Fortunately my husband was at a very low risk and confined to a small quadrant in the prostate. Anyone who is told they have “cancer” usually reacts as expected and it is frightening. In our case the next and following follow up exams were void of any cancer cells. Several things we learned during this process is to always get a second opinion from a different doctor and pathology lab. My husband worked in the medical profession for 50 years (more then he would care to admit and during those years he observed the medical professions very quiet proliferation of the need to diagnose and then to run many unneeded exams to verify to rule out the diagnosis, whatever it many have been all at the expense of the patient. Many of these exams are very excessive, including radiology at in particular CAT scans. This is not to say that under the right circumstances one would benefit from this exam but there was so much over use exposing patients to unneeded radiation etc. There are other things to first check, such as we believe that any other inflammatory process or poor diet can proliferate cancer cells. In particular those who have allowed themselves to have para dental disease. There have been studies that show that if your gums and mouth are healthy there is a much lower risk of prostate cancer…who would have thought but you can google it a read reports from NIH National Institute of Health. So we agree to not believe the first opinion you are given and become educated as to all treatments and do not over react. Some Cancers do go away with a change in ones life style… In the same breath I have to say there are other diseases such a lung cancer where treatment is so important and the sooner the better. After 50 years in radiology my husband suspects a connection between young mothers seeking an ultra sound early in their first tri-mister when the cells are just forming so they can know what it is and thus potentially damaging the fetus causing autism. This is because of the increase in autism since the use of ultrasound testing in the 1970’s. HOPE ALL IS WELL AND KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK OF SPEAKING THE TRUTH!

    • Hi Becky, thanks so much for your comments.

      You are SO right about looking at gums and teeth. I’ll never get over the fact that dental care is not normally covered by health insurance.

      After 50 years in radiology my husband suspects a connection between young mothers seeking an ultra sound early in their first tri-mister when the cells are just forming so they can know what it is and thus potentially damaging the fetus causing autism. This is because of the increase in autism since the use of ultrasound testing in the 1970’s.

      I’ve not read about that yet, but it wouldn’t surprise me at all.

      I did look into autism quite a bit and I think our major problem is that since the 70s kids have been exposed to so many different environmental factors as well as COUNTLESS vaccines and of course in the last 15 years, genetically modified food. If you look at the increase in all sorts of diseases and allergies it’s obvious that something is causing problems, but due to the many different factors, it’s almost impossible to prove what exactly the problem is. Quite likely, it’s a combination of factors.

      Several neighbors have prostate cancer and some do chemo, others do nothing, but focus on positive energy and keeping going. Let’s hope they all get / stay well!

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