Prostate Cancer a Real Story
In April 2008, Tom, age 45, was having trouble going to the bathroom because of an enlarged prostate. Tom decided to go to the doctor because his condition was not improving.
The Doctor evaluated Tom and did a PSA test (What is a PSA test? See Special Section). The PSA test came back unfavorable with a reading of 15 (“high”). The Doctor assumed Tom had a bacterial infection and treated him with an antibiotic. Prostate cancer rarely strikes men at the age of 45.
Tom complained to the Doctor that he wasn’t getting any better. The Doctor gave him another antibiotic. Tom’s prostate was not getting better with the new antibiotic so he went back to the Doctor. The Doctor sent him to a specialist.
The Specialist gave Tom a stronger antibiotic. The antibiotic wasn't helping Tom's condition, it was getting worse. The Specialist continued with antibiotic treatments. Tom’s health deteriorated rapidly. Tom discovered two lesions in his back where cancer had spread.
In August, The Specialist did another PSA test and recommended radiation treatment on his back. The second PSA test came back at 70. Cancer had spread and Tom was dieing.
Both Doctors in this story made a wrong conclusion that could have cost Tom’s life. They assumed that because Tom was only 45 that he couldn’t have prostate cancer.
Antibiotics are loaded with mycotoxins and fungal poisons. If you are infected with a fungus, the last thing you need is an antibiotic. The treatment using antibiotics was fueling the cancer.
The correct treatment for Tom’s cancer would have been the use of anti-fungal drugs Diflucan (200mg) for seven days with Nystatin. Diflucan helps eliminate the yeast and mold in the blood system while Nystatin helps remove the fungus in your gut. The drug free approach is shown under "Natural" and "Anti-Cancer Diet." After one week of treatment another PSA test should have been done to see if the Cancer was fungal related. If the PSA went down, we know we're dealing with a fungus!
Most cancers are fungal related. Your Doctor should assume you have a fungal disease and attack it accordingly. If Tom’s doctors used anti-fungal drugs with a diet of anti-fungal foods for 30 days, Tom’s cancer would have been gone. The cancer should respond to these treatments over 90% of the time.
Sorry, this won’t happen. Doctors only treat cancer with radiation, chemotherapy and surgery. Your Doctor does not know fungus is a cancer. He has not been taught to know the cause of your illness. So the legacy of mistreatment continues.
Did you know that two of the three conventional treatment methods actually cause cancer. Chemotherapy and radiation actually cause cancer. So why would your Doctor use these treatments? Good question. Doctors are required to treat cancer with radiation, chemotherapy or surgery or they could lose their license.
So where does that leave you? Well if you don't like the Doctor's options, you can treat yourself. Not very comforting is it? We're going to take your fear away by educating you on the cause of prostate cancer.
Tom, obviously, was not happy with the treatment he was receiving. Tom researched and educated himself. He discovered that the cancer might be a fungal disease. Tom went on an anti-fungal diet and took anti-fungal supplements.
Within a couple of weeks Tom started feeling better and noticed his lesions were disappearing. Tom was on to something. He continued on his special diet. In November, Tom told his Doctor to do another PSA test. The new test registered 3, normal. The fungus (cancer) was gone.
If I had cancer, I would treat it as a fungus disease first and see if anti-fungal treatment responds to the cancer.
Now that you have read the story, lets find out how you got prostate cancer. Read the section
Prostate Cancer "Causes."
It is not intended to replace the orthodox physician-patient relationship. If you are sick, you are advised to consult a physician, and together, along with your newly gained knowledge, work toward the resolution of your illness.
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Is Fungus Causing