Archive for October, 2009

Mushrooms Are Both Medicinal and Anti-Cancer

Saturday, October 31st, 2009

The following item from CancerDecisions.com is comforting to me as my wife and I have always believed that mushrooms, in general, are beneficial to one’s health and well-being. Mushrooms have always been part of my cancer diet though I have never bothered to be selective as to particular types even though the evidence is stacked [...]

Robotic Prostate Cancer Surgery Has Serious Side Effects

Friday, October 30th, 2009

It seems the latest whiz-bang Prostate Cancer Treatment, minimally invasive robotic assisted surgery, used in place of the normal prostatectomy, open surgery which relies upon the surgeons skills only, is not all that the manufacturers and those financially involved in its development or application, would have us believe. Serious side effects are now being identified [...]

Prostate Cancer Treatments: Why You Should Avoid Dairy Foods

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

My Kidney Cancer 1995 When first diagnosed with an aggressive prostate cancer back in May 2006, I immediately thought of my previous experience with cancer in 1995 when It took my right kidney. On that occasion, because of lengthy delays in the diagnosis; its location on the kidney proper (it was well hidden at the [...]

Prostate Cancer Can Sometimes Disappear Without Treatment

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

Hmmm! Prostate Cancer doing its own disappearing act? Wow! Now this is something you are unlikely to have been told before… but it is true. Most cancers types can, and some do, vanish with hardly a trace and without any sort of treatment. All is explained in the accompanying article By GINA KOLATA Health writer [...]

My Natural Prostate Cancer Treatments Success

Tuesday, October 27th, 2009

I rather enjoyed the following blog article when I first read it as it tends to encapsulate much of what I have said in earlier posts and to some degree, to my overall philosophy concerning prostate cancer treatments – the natural way. Talking of which, in my last post I gloated over the fact that [...]

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