The prostate cancer test you're GUARANTEED to fail
The moment most docs utter the dreaded "C" word they start acting like you have the devil himself growing inside you, and not some slow-growing tumor that will probably never threaten your life.
But whenever I think the mainstream has exhausted every filthy trick there is to con you into needless surgery or radiation, they seem to pull a new, filthy rabbit out of their hat.
And right now, a group of deranged Canadian scientists are getting ready to foist an expensive test on prostate cancer patients around the world. All they had to do to sell it was commit a violation of medical ethics so gross and unthinkable, it would have had Hitler screaming, "Nein!"
Researchers from Toronto claim they've developed a DNA test that can predict whether your prostate cancer will return -- but they don't give you the results until AFTER you've suffered through radiation and surgery.
In the study, which should have been buried in a landfill and not presented at a leading European cancer conference, researchers took biopsies from 276 men with prostate tumors and subjected them to the hocus pocus of their new test.
Once the men wrapped up their surgery and radiation... once they spent months suffering through the most painful and debilitating episodes of their lives... the doctors finally told them whether they had high-risk cancer.
And if you're wondering why these cancer cells had to sit around in a petri dish, aging like a fine wine, while surgeons hacked away at 276 scrotums, congratulations. You're asking the right questions.
Researchers say the test is 80% accurate. And if you believe that, it's time to beam up to the mother ship. You're not from this planet.
Because if you think any doc in his right mind is going to look a prostate cancer patient in the eye... a man who may be wetting the bed and swearing off sex for good... and tell him he had a low-risk cancer, you're out of your mind.
The mainstream is going to use this test to tell you your cancer was deadlier than a rattlesnake. They're going to use it to convince you that surgery and radiation were the best decisions you ever made.
Meanwhile, study after study -- conducted by real researchers who weren't trying to sell you something -- say that men with prostate cancer almost always die of something else first.
Skip this latest mainstream swindle, and try a "watchful waiting" approach to see if your prostate cancer EVER needs aggressive treatment. This new test may be 80% accurate, but it's 100% wrong for you.