A few months ago, I posted a message regarding my father's prostate cancer. This is a followup.
About a year ago, my father was diagnosed with advance, metastasized prostate cancer. The doctors gave him little hope beyond a two year life expectancy if he took androgen blocking shots for the rest of his life. He/we went after this in an aggressive natural healing approach, utilizing Dr. Schulze 's Incurables program. In addition to the Incurables Program, we added graviola, chaparral, and red clover tinctures. My father purchased a Rife Machine as well. After one month on the Incurables program, plus a few weeks of primarily raw vegetarian diet, hot/cold showers, Rife Machine, tons and tons of garlic, ongoing use of graviola, chaparral, and red clover, his PSA score had dropped from 213.5 to 1.8. His last test was 0.16. His symptoms are gone. He has not gone back in for another biopsy to confirm the situation, but his urologist says things have improved so much that he won't be doing PSA tests or exams every four months like they have been doing.
Stage II... I had to have a physical for some life insurance. My PSA score came back at ll.9, which is really high for a 42 year old guy. Luckily, I had the experience of helping my father through his experience. I knew what I had to do. I changed my diet to primarily raw vegan. Instead of the full Incurables program, I did a Bowel Cleanse followed by four consecutive weeks of 5 Day Cleanses, alternating between liver/gall bladder and kidney/bladder. I also incorporated tinctures made from graviola, chaparral, and red clover, as well as not quite so many tons of garlic, but lots of cayenne and ginger tinctures. I did lots of hot/cold showers, skin brushing, lots of exercising and deep breathing. I was still working full time, but doing these things as I went along. After 8 weeks, my score had dropped to 3.1, which is theoretically in the "safe" space. I think I still have a lot of work to do, so I am continuing many of the things over the summer. I will do four more five day cleanses between now and September. In September, I will have my PSA level checked again. I'm expecting to get it down to about 1.0 by then. Maybe I needed to learn about this with my father so I could be prepared for my own situation.
These programs work!
Last week I was talking to a friend of mine whose father was diagnosed with prostate cancer just shortly after my father was. His cancer was confined, so the doctors suggested surgery to remove his prostate. He did that. Almost a year later, he has no bladder control, wears diapers, is impotent, extremely depressed, and nearly suicidal. It's sad that these simple common sense programs are not presribed and used more often. It's also sad that so many of us transfer the responsibility for our health over to the doctor, instead of being responsible ourselves.