prostate cancer

  1. How chemo makes cancer deadlier

    The real reason cancers spread

    Chemo is supposed to kill cancer cells. That's what your doctor will tell you anyway. In reality, it kills EVERYTHING, even healthy cells, which is why chemo isn't a treatment.

    It's a race against time to see what dies first: The cancer… or you.

    Now, a new study shows why cancer often wins that race -- and it's because of the damage chemo does to healthy cells. In a series of lab experiments, researchers found that once-healthy cells called fibroblasts suffer severe DNA damage during chemo and release a protein called WNT 16B.

    The name may not mean much to you. But it means everything to tumors -- because they can use it to grow and spread. And in the new study, the fibroblast cells damaged by chemo increased their output of WNT 16B by 3,000 percent.

    No wonder chemo is so deadly!

    That explains why 90 percent of "solid" cancers such as cancers of the lung, prostate, breast, and colon become resistant to chemo. It's not because they're too strong for the chemo -- it's because the chemo itself is creating the perfect conditions for them to survive and even thrive.

    Of course, even the people behind the study in Nature Medicine were quick to defend chemo despite their own findings, claiming this discovery can eventually be used to help improve the deadly treatment.

    They're clearly too afraid to rock the boat too much -- but I'm not.

    Anyone who knows what chemo REALLY does to the body wouldn't even think about getting the treatment. Heck, three quarters of oncologists even admitted in a survey they'd never get chemo if they ever got cancer themselves.

    Yet they're telling YOU that it's your only choice.

    It's not just an outrage -- it's an outright lie, because you can beat cancer without chemo, and you can learn how to get all the details right here.

  2. Study proves prostate surgery doesn't save lives

    Men, next time some hack surgeon wants to slice into your prostate to "cure" your cancer, tell him where to stick his scalpel -- because prostate surgery doesn't save lives.

    Decades of screenings and surgical butcheries haven't made a dent in the disease's death rate, and if that's not enough to convince you the procedure doesn't work, check out the latest numbers.

    Researchers randomly assigned 731 prostate cancer patients to either surgery or nothing at all -- and more than a decade later, the death rates were nearly identical.

    That's not to say the outcomes were identical, though, because the men who went under the knife found themselves battling debilitating and emasculating side effects.

    More than 80 percent of the men who had surgery suffered impotence for at least two years after the procedure, compared to just 44 percent of those who didn't get hacked up. And the rate of incontinence was nearly THREE TIMES higher in the surgery group.

    The disease probably won't kill you... but those side effects might make you wish you were dead!

    The researchers say they hope their study in the New England Journal of Medicine will help between 30 and 40 percent of prostate cancer patients avoid surgery.

    I'll do you one better: ALL men can avoid surgery, and the best way to pull that off is to not get screened in the first place no matter how many TV celebrities urge you to get a PSA test.

    This used to be considered a radical alternative approach. Now, even the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force is urging docs to do away with the PSA test -- and I bet it's only a matter of time before prostate surgery itself is put on the chopping block.

    In other words, "radical alternative" has gone mainstream... at least when it comes to prostate cancer.

    It's about time.

    But, hey, why not try safe and natural instead? Science uncovers new information about the causes and cures for prostate cancer practically every single day. But the reality is it may take years...over even decades...for this valuable information to filter down to you.

    And that's IF the mainstream EVER let's the cat out of the bag.

    But why wait? You can learn more about the ultimate battle plan for defeating prostate cancer from our affiliates at Agora Health Books by clicking here.

  3. Shine a light on prostate cancer

    If you want to save your prostate and spare yourself a cancer death, forget all about PSA tests, drugs, surgeries, and everything else the mainstream has been throwing at this disease. Head to the beach instead.
  4. How back pain could give you cancer

    One minute, you're battling back pain... the next, you're fighting off cancer. When it rains, it pours, right?
  5. The deadliest way to 'treat' your prostate

    If the drug industry's marketing geniuses couldn't use fear to sell meds, they wouldn't have any sales pitch left at all -- and nowhere is that more true than in prostate meds.
  6. The cancer screening you can officially skip

    Hear that sound? That's the death knell for the PSA test -- and it's about time too. This test has caused too many men to suffer too many emasculating and life-ruining side effects, with little to no benefits whatsoever.
  7. Prostate surgery leads to appalling new side effect

    All the men recovering from prostate surgery have helped turn adult diapers into one of the hottest sellers in the warehouse club. Now, a new study finds that these men don't just leak urine at all the wrong times -- they also leak at the worst possible time: during sex.
  8. Cheated by prostate surgery

    I want my prostate back! That's the cry from men around the world who've found out the hard way that recovery from prostate cancer surgery isn't as quick or easy as their docs led them to believe.
  9. Fact or fiction: Prostate edition

    Sure enough, Swedish researchers claim their 15-year study found that men with prostate cancer under the age of 65 who get surgery have a higher survival rate than those who choose to watch and wait.
  10. Robo-plot!

    Want to see a high-pressure sales pitch? Don't visit a car dealer... just visit a hospital with a prostate-chopping robot.

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