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Feb 28, 2019
... was just about the same as yours, and my CT scan back then was negative. ... (4 replies)
... I have been interested in your posts and wish you success in your cancer journey. I particularly appreciate your first hand account of your experience with capsaicin. ... (19 replies)
... I am surprised we even found the cancer with the biopsy. ... (19 replies)

... I was strongly urged to have the prostate removed immediately. ... (19 replies)
... eneral nature i am skeptical about nutritional treatments for deseases as Able5 and others, and as i have mentioned before , a freind of mine suggested to change my diet and excercise habbits as a treatment before surgery, but it was not as specific aproach as yours that follows studies. ... (19 replies)
... Funny, Able5, I consider myself to be a pragmatist and guided more by practical experience and observation rather than theory also. That's probably why I chose to model my treatment on a scientific study that found the treatment was efficacious, albeit on an animal model. ... (19 replies)
Any Thoughts
Sep 10, 2017
... ise, stress reduction, and perhaps mild medications. A statin drug, if you tolerate a statin drug well, is often advised, not just for heart health but also for prostate cancer outcomes. ... (17 replies)
... lized prostate cancer, and if that man then lives to his normal life expectancy without a recurrance, as measured by PSA and physical symptoms, then this man was cured of prostate cancer. Two of my father's friends were treated with surgery in the early 1980s and recently died of other causes, with no recurrance of PSA rise. ... (139 replies)
... In the weeks after my diagnosis prostate cancer seemed invincible with me at ground zero. ... (1 replies)
... most people, including me. I am 16 mo. out of surgery and coping with the humiliating sind effects. ... (19 replies)
... Thanks for sharing that Gooby. I understand your point nevertheless, I consider myself cured & I plan to keep doing what I'm doing - If the future proves me wrong I'll deal with that then. (19 replies)
... Very curious, since orgasams are understood to have nothing to do with the prostate. (a fact to which I can bear personal witness) I will be following your thread. Good luck. Scott (19 replies)
... Don't get me wrong-- I'm a sceptic too. But with PSA checks every three months, at least there's a realistic approach to all this. Thinking about it some more though, I'd get another biopsy in the near term, rather than waiting a year. It's always possible that the course of action chosen has led to a suppression of PSA as opposed to a "cure". (19 replies)
... Only my opinion... ... (19 replies)
... that is truly amazing .. i wonder if Cayenne also help in the Post Surgery stages of recovering fro PC side effect given the nerve bundles were spared ... ... (19 replies)
... are there more extensive was to image the prostate to verify what we've found so far, frequency of PSA tests, etc. ... (19 replies)
... Haven't heard from you in a few weeks. Just wondering about your progress. Any recent tests or doctor's opinions to share with us? :confused: (19 replies)
... HI Daff, My PSA was 2.2 for years but jumped to 4.8 which triggered the first biopsy - since then it has varied between 3.6 & 4.5 I will coninue to have my PSA checked every 3 months & have another biopsy in a year. (19 replies)
... Wow! I find your story quite interesting. This is definately promising news! ... (19 replies)
... so it could probably work in reverse too. In my opinion, it would be worthwhile to monitor yourself with PSAs every 6 months. ... (19 replies)

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