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Most prostate cancer cases are relatively easy to manage as there are effective upfront treatments (surgery, radiation) as well as long term management options (hormones etc). Indeed, some might argue that prostate cancer can be controlled by a rigorous dietary regimen alone. But there are some difficult cases.
One patient (ST below) who is an engineer did detailed charting illustrating our combinatorial “cocktail” approach and the charts he made are illustrative. He could not insert the graphics into the feedback posted below, and we take the liberty of posting it for him to illustrate his case:
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My main area of focus is cancer/infertility and my main research interest is in off-label Drugs and TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) herbs for cancer and fertility. I also treat Hepatitis B&C, Chronic Fatigue (CFIDS), Multiple Sclerosis, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s), Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Crohn’s, and various complex medical cases with no obvious diagnosis or a multiplicity of diagnoses. I welcome any sharings, comments, stories, complaints, or suggestions so that we may be do even more for our patients.