Signs Symptoms of Prostate Cancer – Straight Talk with Tokyo Real

Signs symptoms of prostate cancer. I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed online by Ian Simpson, founder of the online media company, Tokyo Real. We spoke about something quite close to my heart, the signs symptoms of prostate cancer. It really was a man to man straight talk about a subject that most men avoid. When it comes to prostate cancer many men would rather bury their heads in the sand, change the subject and never talk about it again.

Many of you reading this know my story, if you don’t please read it here – Healing Prostate Cancer Naturally.

In short I used natural methods to heal. Things like whole foods, juices, fasting, exercise, meditation, fresh air, sunshine and healthy relationships. I have no doubt you can heal yourself too.

Signs Symptoms of Prostate Cancer

There are often up to 20 needles shot into prostate.

Signs symptoms of prostate cancer. In the video above Ian and I discuss the in’s and outs of prostate health in general and my own journey with healing as well as Ian’s situation with an enlarged prostate.

Since my own diagnosis it has become clearer to me that thousands of men each year have their prostate removed or receive radiation, hormone therapy or chemotherapy for no reason whatsoever. Well, there is a reason. Their doctor gets paid to perform the surgery.

What is a Prostate Biopsy?

Talk about signs symptoms of prostate cancer. Let me say I have spoken to so many wives whose husband’s have undergone surgery who so wished they had heard my story first. Their husbands have lost their self confidence and self esteem and been made impotent at the hands of their surgeon. I know many people reading this will think I am some kind of kook for advising men to avoid the surgeon’s knife and poisons.

We all have opinions however I speak from experience. I had a prostate biopsy and so wish I never had. It involves sticking a gun type tool up your bottom and firing up to 20 needles in to your prostate. Do you think sticking a needle gun up your backside and firing around 12 to 20 needles into your prostate is going to do no damage at all? Thrusting needles into a sensitive part of a mans anatomy to get 12 or more biopsies is safe as houses? It won’t stir up any cancer in there surely will it? Doctors seem to think its fine.

Statistics on Prostate Health

Here are some statistics on mens prostates around the world.

  • 50% of men in their 50’s have an enlarged prostate (non cancerous)
  • 60% of men in their 60’s have an enlarged prostate (non cancerous)
  • 80% of men in the 80’s have an enlarged prostate (non cancerous)
  • Also known as a Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) which is a non cancerous enlarged prostate.
  • Most common form of cancer in men
  • Affects 1 in 6 men world wide on average
  • 99% of cases are men over 50

Signs Symptoms of Prostate Cancer and Other Prostate Issues

  1. Dysuria – problems with urinating

    signs symptoms of prostate cancer
    Men just want to urinate like this!

  2. Frequent urination
  3. Difficulty urinating
  4. Urgency
  5. Leaking
  6. Dribbling
  7. Nocturia – frequent urinating at night
  8. Slow and weak urine stream
  9. Pain in lower back, groin, abdomen, scrotum, penis, rectum, testicles
  10. Having painful orgasms

A man’s greatest wish when he has trouble urinating is to urinate like a firehose!

turmeric heals

The PSA Test

PSA screening

PSA stands for Prostate Specific Antigen, which is a protein produced by the prostate. Now they use this blood test to screen for prostate cancer. The theory here is that cancer cells produce more PSA, so the higher the PSA the higher the chance you have cancer. Now it says Prostate specific antigen. Meaning it is specific to a man’s prostate right? Only problem is women have this antigen too! PSA is found in women with breast, lung and uterine cancers. Now here is a fact – the highest levels of PSA have been found in women recovering from breast cancer. (citation – Journal of the national Cancer Institute – October 6th 1999)

Now stick with me here. Your PSA (which is supposedly only found in men but we know is in women too) is high so you are sent for a biopsy where they stick a gun in your bottom and fire sometimes up to 20 needles into your possibly quite healthy prostate. (Healthy until it gets attacked by needles)

The Scam that is PSA Screening

The annual cost of PSA screening just in the US is $3 Billion. The PSA screenings have consistently shown false positive and false negative results. So what this means is there are literally thousands of men out there who are being over treated for low risk cancer. They are having radiation and hormone therapy, chemo etc for no reason. It is a fact that 99% of men over 70 who have an autopsy will show some amount of cancer in their prostate. They live with it and it never bothers them. Meanwhile the so called health industry is making a bucket load of money convincing men to undergo surgery to their prostates.

The Scam that is Statin Medication

Ok so I am on a roll here! Statin medication is the stuff your doctor gives you for high cholesterol and high blood pressure. Statins inhibit an enzyme called HMG-CoA reductase, which

Statin drugs are linked to cancer

controls cholesterol production in the liver. This medicine blocks the enzyme, preventing other molecules from activating it. The plan is it slows down the production of cholesterol.

Some facts about Statin medication.

  • It is one of the most widely prescribed drugs in the world.
  • 1 in 4 Americans over 45 are taking the drug (that’s 25% of men and women over 45 taking it)
  • The enzyme that these drugs block also makes CoQ10 which is essential for mitochondrial health. (so the drugs stop its production)
  • There are more that 900 studies proving the adverse affects of statin drugs.

Journal of the American Medical Association draws a connection between statin drugs and various forms of cancer.

Journal of the American Medical Association – 1996 

“Longer term clinical trials and careful post marketing surveillance, during the next several decades are need to determine whether cholesterol lowering drugs cause cancer in humans.

In the meantime, the results of experiments in animals and humans suggest that lipid-lowering drug treatment, especially with the fibrates and statins, should be avoided.”

American Academy of Cardiology, Published in JAMA (2009)

“There is currently no evidence that ezetimibe (a statin medication) which reduces levels of low density lipoprotein cholesterol, improves clinical outcomes such as myocardial infarction or death.”


What the?

So we know its designed to prevent heart attacks and death, but there is no evidence that it does, but we do know it is linked to cancers. Can you believe that?

So with 900 studies proving adverse affects of statin drugs why does your doctor still prescribe them? Remember I mentioned $3 Billion earlier in this article? Thats just for PSA testing. Guess how much statin drugs are costing America alone? A staggering $29 Billion dollars a year! Do you think maybe that is why medical science is being ignored.

If you didn’t read my own story on taking statin drugs for 17 years you can read it here>>>

Suffice to say after the research I have done for this article I have no doubt whatsoever that my statin medication contributed to my own diagnosis of prostate cancer.

Conclusion -Signs Symptoms of Prostate Cancer

There is a far better way to heal your body of any disease rather than taking a doctors prescribed medication. Do your own research, it is all out there. The interview I did with Ian Simpson in the above video is a conversation more than an interview and its a conversation that needs to be had. Too many men are being 1. Ripped off by their GP. 2.

Suffering mentally and physically after being over-treated for low risk cancer and in many instances for enlarged prostates. I hope to get this article and video to as many men as possible as it needs to be put on public record that money is what drives the Medical industry and not care for people’s needs. Having said that there are many fine doctors out there who have been brain washed by the system and the Big Pharmaceuticals to do what they do. Nutrition is something doctors need to be taught more about.


If I get one thing across with this article and video its that there is a better way. A natural way to heal not just your prostate but your body.

I hope you enjoyed Signs Symptoms of Prostate Cancer. Please watch the video and share it with as many of your friends as you can. It’s a story that needs to be told. Leave a comment below and tell me your thoughts!

And men, please take care of your prostate!

(A big thanks to Dr John Bergman! Many of the statistics and quoted figures here are from his teachings. Make sure you check him out!)

60 thoughts on “Signs Symptoms of Prostate Cancer – Straight Talk with Tokyo Real”

  1. Like the others on this site, thanks for your story. In a 3 year period of time I’ve had a PSA that fluctuated from 7.2 to 11.2 to 7 and now back to 10.2. The right side of my prostate is firm with a couple of nodules on that side with multiple of tests (4K, color doppler, etc.) that probably point to cancer and I’ve resisted the VA Hospital in wanting to do a biopsy. My question to you that I haven’t been able to find anywhere is, are there any studies that show that lowering a PSA corresponds to the cancer going into remission, or because the PSA is a subjective number, will my un-diagnosed / probable cancer continue to grow, even though my PSA may not reflect that.


    • Hi Lynn,
      Just let me state here and now that I am not a doctor and don’t pretend to be. To me PSA is just a guide and often a very bad one. To my knowledge there are no studies that show lowering PSA means cancer is going into remission. Understand that almost every man over 70 who has an autopsy will have signs of prostate cancer. You can live with it. You can also stop it like I did. I turned to a predominantly plant based diet, lots of juices, smoothies and fasting. Meditation was also a huge thing for me as it is a total mind body spirit connection when we heal our bodies. If you can avoid a biopsy do so. In my experience and knowledge it can do more harm than good to your prostate. Of course do whatever you feel comfortable with. This kind of thing tests everyone. I was lucky to get through it and many people I know have chosen to go down the biopsy, surgery, chemo, radiation route and thats fine. I hope this in some way answers your question. Wishing you all the best and would love to hear how you go. best wishes Lynn,


  2. I ALWAYS love stories about men and women curing their own cancers. it always blows my mind, what a ripoff western medicine can be, and how much they exclude and resist things like herbal alternatives, dramatic lifestyle and diet shifts, and other choices that make a net positive impact on reversing disease. It’s super awesome that you’ve found your own way out and are sharing that with the world through your blog, thank you.

    • Hi Penny,

      Thanks so much for your nice comments. Appreciated. Yes we need more men out there being honest and tackling this issue for sure. The Big Pharma’s are no doubt playing us all for fools. A healthy plant based diet will cure you quicker than some pill. Its crazy. So many pills being taken by those who are basically under their spell. How do we fix that?


  3. WOw, great article with really helpful information for a lot of males out there. Prostate cancer is one of the commonest cancer in men and sharing information and spreading awareness in such an easy and understandable way is really a great job, I want to give you a huge round of applause for that. As always, you always share great articles and I am going to share this with all the people I know. Thank you 🙂

    • Hi Sarah,

      Thanks so much for that. Really appreciate the support. Yes its such an important topic for men and women. Most guys don’t talk about their prostate or prostate cancer. Thanks for sharing 🙂


  4. Great video Kev

    You and Ian are great on it. Really explain what is happening with health care and how to heal your prostate. Love it.

    Again you are helping so many people. Thanks for all you do.


    • Hi Joy,

      I enjoyed the video on prostate health. It was fun to make with a serious undertone about it.
      I hope it’s helping Joy, with your support we will reach many more. Thank you,


  5. Men beware!

    Read the sad truth about prostate cancer over testing and treatment, dangers and exploitation for profit by predatory doctors.
    A prostate cancer survival guide by a patient and victim.
    January 8, 2016. Updated December 8, 2017 (With references)

    The man that invented the PSA test, Dr. Richard Ablin now calls it: “the Great Prostate Mistake, Hoax and a Profit-Driven Public Health Disaster” [1].

    Your life or your quality of life may depend on reading this document.
    Prostate cancer dirty secrets, lies, exaggerations, deceptions and elder abuse.
    Men, avoid the over diagnosis and unnecessary treatment of prostate cancer.

    In my opinion:
    Read the hard facts about prostate cancer testing and treatment that no one will tell you about, even after it’s too late. This is information all men over 50 should have. Also, anyone concerned about cancer in general, dangers from clinical trials, injuries and deaths from medical mistakes, prescription drugs at a discount from Canada, exploitation and elder abuse, HIPAA laws and privacy issues should read this document. Prostate cancer patients are often elderly, over treated, misinformed and exploited for huge profits by predatory doctors [1, 9, 10, 25]. The testing, treatment and well documented excessive over treatment for profit of prostate cancer often results in devastating and unnecessary side effects and sometimes death. At times profit vs. QOL (quality of life). Low risk Gleason 6 (3+3) is a pseudo-¬cancer mislabeled as a cancer, it does not need detection or treatment [1, 2, 9].

    Facts per some studies:
    1. Multiple studies have verified more harm and deaths caused from prostate cancer testing and treatment then from prostate cancer itself [1, 9, 10, 25].
    2. Extensively documented unnecessary testing and treatment of prostate cancer for profit or poor judgment by some doctors in the USA [1, 5, 9, 10, 25].
    3. Medical mistakes are the third cause of deaths in the USA (over 251,000 deaths a year, over one million deaths in 4 years) more then suicide, firearms and motor vehicle accidents combined [13].
    4. About 1 man in 6 will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his life.
    5. About 233,000 new cases per year of prostate cancer.
    6. 1 million dangerous prostate blind biopsies are performed per year in the USA [5, 11, 22, 23].
    7. 6.9% hospitalization within 30 days from a prostate biopsy complication[11].
    8. About 1.3 to 3.5 deaths per 1,000 from prostate blind biopsies [5].
    9. 0.5% died and 20.4% had one or more complications within 30 days of radical prostatectomy [15].
    10. A study of early-stage prostate cancer found no difference in surviving at 10 years whether men had surgery, radiation or monitoring (no treatment) [12].
    11. Low risk Gleason 3+3=6 “cancer” lacks the hallmarks of a cancer yet it is often aggressively over treated [1, 2, 9].
    12. Prostate cancer patients are at an increased risk for chronic fatigue, depression, suicide and heart attacks.
    13. Depression in prostate cancer patients is about 27% and 22% at 5 years, for advanced prostate cancer patient’s depression is even higher [6].
    14. 75% to 90% of oncologists would refuse chemotherapy if they had cancer.
    15. The National Cancer Institute says approximately 40 to 50% of men with low to moderate grade Prostate cancer will have a recurrence after treatment.
    16. 62% to 75% of bankruptcies in America are because of medical bills.

    Excuse the generally accurate humor and sarcasm. Its intent is to entertain and educate while reading this possibly laborious text.

    $Follow the money$: If a surgeon is financially responsible for operating expenses, a large staff or an oncologist is also responsible for a lease on multimillions of dollars in radiation treatment equipment, do you think they would be more or less honest about the benefits and hazards of treatment? Do you think the profit margin would compromise some doctor’s ethics? Typically, what is the purpose in over testing and treating a cancer that often will not spread and the testing and treatment frequently causes lower QOL (quality of life), ED, incontinence, depression, fatigue, etc if it was not extremely profitable? The medical field is alluding to the fact that prostate cancer testing and treatment may do more harm then good. The U.S. Advisory Panel is now recommending for prostate cancer PSA testing and screening: for men 55 to 69 “letting men decide for themselves after talking with their doctors. For men over 70, no testing at all is recommended.” However this may not protect men from predatory doctors exploiting them. Patients usually follow a doctor’s recommendation. Do you think any regulatory agency will set guidelines for testing and treatment or stop the exploitation of elderly men with a high PSA or prostate cancer or approve new treatments at the risk of financially bankrupting thousands of treatment facilities and jeopardizing thousands more jobs? Some drugs and treatments for prostate cancer and ED are kept very expensive and newer or less expensive and effective drugs and treatments are seldom approved for maximum profit. Prostate cancer patients are often elderly and exploited for profit, the treatments offered has horrible side effects, and newer treatment options are either unavailable or not offered to patients or available outside the USA. Prostate cancer is often slow growing and of low risk and can just be monitored. Often no treatment is the best treatment. Over testing and treatment has been verified by numerous experts, studies and investigations, documentation, etc. [1, 9, 10, 25]

    A 12, 18 or 24 core blind biopsy, holey prostate! One million dangerous prostate blind biopsies are performed in the USA each year and they should be banned. Men with a high PSA tests result are often sent to an urologist for a blind biopsy. Men should be told about other options: Percent free PSA test, 4Kscore test, PCA3 urine test or a MRI, 3D color-Doppler test before receiving a blind biopsy. These tests can often or always eliminate the need for a more risky and invasive blind biopsy. Insertion of 12, 18 or 24 large holes through the rectum into a gland the size of a walnut, a blind Biopsy can result in (per studies) pain, infections. A high risk of permanent or temporary erectile dysfunction, 22.3% mild ED, 15.5% mild-to-moderate ED, 10% moderate ED, and 13.6% severe ED [22, 23]. Biopsies can cause urinary problems, hospitalization from infections and sometimes even death from sepsis (About 1.3 to 3.5 deaths per 1,000 from blind biopsies)[5]. There is also debate that a biopsy may spread cancer because of needle tracking. A blind biopsy can also increase PSA reading for several weeks or months, further frightening men into an unnecessary treatment. Blind biopsies are almost never performed on other organs. One very prestigious hospital biopsy information states “Notice that your semen has a red or rust-colored tint caused by a small amount of blood in your semen”. Another large prestigious hospital states “Blood, either red or reddish brown, may also be in your ejaculate.” These statements are often an extreme exaggeration (mostly lies). Very often after a biopsy a man’s semen will turn into jet black goo. This could be an unpleasant surprise for a man and especially for his unsuspecting partner. However if a biopsy is performed before Halloween or April Fools’ day this may be of some benefit to a few patients. If some very prestigious hospitals are not factual about the color of semen, what other facts are not being disclosed or misrepresented? Never submit to a blind biopsy [5, 11, 22, 23].

    Bone scan scam: Prostate cancer patients are often sent for a bone scan. A bone scan has about a 13% chance of having a false positive and only 3 men in 1,000 have bone cancer who have a bone scan. Bone scans may often be unnecessary in lower risk prostate cancer patients.

    Low risk cancer patients or patients with advanced age are often sent for aggressive treatment by some doctors when monitoring is usually a better option. An extreme example of overtreatment is one SBRT radiation clinical trial. Prostate cancer patients (victims?) where intentionally treated (fried?) with a huge dose (50Gy total, 5 fractions) of radiation resulting in disastrous long term side effect for some of these men. The typical SBRT dose is 35 to 36.35 Gy, 5 fractions. A large percentage of prostate cancer patients in this clinical trial had low risk prostate cancer and probably did not require any treatment at all [4].

    Clinical trials may be hazardous to patients. The goal of a clinical trial is to gather information; the intent is not necessarily to help or cure patients. In a clinical trial, if someone is given a treatment that will harm them (as in the above example) or given a placebo in place of treatment or needed treatment is withheld, the patient may be deceived or harmed. Investigate before you participate in any clinical trial. Often drug company’s get your information from medical and pharmacy databases to lure people into clinical trials, soliciting people with letters and postcards. This is often a HIPAA violation. If you call about a clinical trial your phone conversation may be recorded “Calls may be recorded for training and quality purposes” including your medical and personal information. Even if you do get a safe and effective treatment, it may not be available to you after the clinical trial is over. If the trial is for a drug, you will not be told if you are getting a drug or a placebo until after the trial is over. Patients can be harmed or helped by a clinical trial.

    Your privacy and confidentiality is just an illusion: You may have little or no privacy and confidentiality! Under the HIPAA law all access to your records is allegedly by a “Need to know” basis only. This is another exaggeration (lie). Prostate cancer patients are asked to fill out a series of EPIC questionnaires and other questioners. The EPIC questionnaire asks several intimate details about patient’s sex life, urinary and bowl function. By a prostate cancer patient completing an EPIC questionnaire may be able to assist his doctor, nurse, office workers or database track his progress or decline. By refusing to fill out these questioners and supplying other unnecessary information one can help insure his privacy, dignity and insure he do not unknowingly become part of a study or clinical trial or other collective survey or have his information forwarded to multiple databases. He may be told these questioners and records are “strictly confidential” (as stated in some EPIC questionnaires); this statement is misleading. Most of the time a patient has no idea who has access to medical records or why the records are being looked at. Who has access to your medical records? Probably everyone that works in a medical office or building has access to the records, except you (often you the patient may have limited or no access without a formal request). File access may include/however not limited to non-medical employees, office workers, bookkeepers, janitors, insurance companies, temporary high school or college interns, volunteers, etc. This may also include other medical facilities, programmers, hackers, researchers, etc. Usually records are placed on a Health Information Exchange (HIE) or servers. Dozens, sometimes even hundreds or thousands or more people may have access to medical records. Some major databases like SEER (Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results) are linked to Medicare records to determine “end results” for researchers, studies, drug companies, clinical trial offers, etc. Servers, both government and privet are sharing information, AKA “health surveillance”. Health information may be shared and downloaded by millions of entities and servers all over the USA and the world to countries that do not have any regulations for privacy. Records may be packaged with others and offered for sale, this does often happen on “the dark web”. If a doctor, patient or insurance company is involved in a criminal or civil case, medical records may become public court or law enforcement records. A patient may have a photo taken before treatment. Financial and medical Identity theft is a growing problem, often expensive and difficult to correct. Ransomware is also a growing problem. I recently went to a new optometrist for glasses and I was given a form that asked details about my heritage, including my mother’s maiden name and a form for my complete medical history. Your records can also be accessed by anyone (trainees, volunteers, students, high school interns, minors and adolescent people as young as 16 years of age) “for training purposes” or any other reason, all without your consent. A high school interns can even watch your surgeries and other invasive procedures. This gives kids a chance to play doctor and nurse in a real doctor’s office with real patients. A list of what a high school intern is allowed to do to patients: “learning simple medical procedures, watching surgeries, shadowing doctors (including seeing patients, possibly you), working in hospitals, interacting with patients, and more.” They can also read all records about your prostate problems, your wife’s hemorrhoids and your daughters yeast infections or any files for any patient, all within the HIPAA guidelines. These people do not have to be employed by the facility or have a background check. My family doctors office has summer time high school interns with full access to all records. One high school intern signed me in, took my temperature, weight, blood pressure and logged it in my file. Would you like to have a high school or college student that possibly lives in your neighborhood or attends school with your children read over your extensive family member’s medical records and personal information? How much curiosity or self control does a high school or college student have? All patients should avoid supplying unnecessary information whenever possible. Supply relevant information only when filling out forms. In the USA identity theft is very common, growing problem and is often financial devastating. Medical forms can be a good source of information for thieves. Drug companies use major databases to solicit people for clinical trials. Numerous exceptions (loopholes) appear within the HIPAA laws regarding you privacy. Even without HIPAA privacy law violations, records can be accessed by multiple people and appear in multiple databases. Sometimes medical phone calls are recorded “Calls may be recorded for training and quality purposes”. Calls about a clinical trial, calls to a large clinic, toll free number, calls to drug companies and calls to insurance companies may be recorded. HIPAA laws are deficient and often will not protect your privacy. I believe the medical field has little regard for our privacy, especially if it is in conflict with training, research, studies, profit or other objectives. If you’re a public figure, celebrity, rich or famous you may be subject to numerous people wanting to see your medical records. Also if you are known to or an acquaintance of anyone with access to your records (neighbor, co-workers spouse, etc) they would possibly (or probably) want to have a look at your medical records. On May 6, 2017 Dear Abby did an article on this subject, “Snooping into medical records”. You are naive if you believe otherwise or that your records are secure. The same also applies to pharmacies and labs, etc.

    A patient’s dignity (or lack of dignity): Prostate cancer testing and treatment is stressful, degrading, demoralizing and often unnecessary. After his surgery one patient stated both his prostate and his dignity was both removed and discarded. EPIC questionnaires can be counterproductive impact a patient’s dignity, privacy, confidentiality and self image. EPIC questionnaires have an increased potential and greater impact on patients for privacy violations because of its format, nature and personal content (potential for HIPAA privacy law violations). Patients may mistakenly believe the EPIC questionnaire is a requirement to be filled out. Also the term “strictly confidential” can be misleading and ambiguous. One patient posted he filled out and turned in his “strictly confidential” EPIC questioners only to have every female office staff member read it and ogle him. Resulting in him not filling out any more EPIC forms or any other forms and he stated that he became very uncomfortable and evasive with the entire office staff. The drawbacks of this form seem to outweigh any potential benefit for some patients. Medical tests and procedures can be degrading and embarrassing for both men and women. Many women prefer or will only see female doctors or gynecologists. Over half of men prefer a male doctor. (Per some respected doctors: “Men stay away from medical care in large numbers because of privacy and dignity. Many men still avoid medical care because of embarrassment. Honest answers will often not be given if asked by a female doctor or nurse.”) Per surveys: nurses and medical staff often laugh at and ridicule patients. What percent of men will feel comfortable consulting a female doctor, nurse or office worker about his prostate problems, ED, etc or would want an invasive test or procedure performed by a female?

    LDR Brachytherapy is permanent radioactive seed implant, a bizarre treatment option. This procedure implants about 60 to 120 radioactive seeds in the prostate, sometimes resulting in urinary problems. The patient will literally become radioactive for months and up to 2 years. The patient may set off radiation alarm at airports, seaports and border security checkpoints. He will also be required to use a condom, have no close contact with pregnant women, infants, children and young pets for months or longer. Occasionally he may even eject dangerous radioactive seeds during sexual activity or urination. The patient will become like a walking Chernobyl, having radioactive scrap metal and emitting hazardous radiation from his crotch. He will also be required to carry a card in his wallet stating he is radioactive. After treatment, if he dies cremation may be a big problem. The videos of this procedure are disturbing and bizarre. A catheter will also be required. Brachytherapy has a high possibility for ED.

    ADT Hormone therapy, big profits and devastating side effects: Lupron injections are one of the most common. Men are prescribed hormone therapy (ADT therapy), AKA chemical castration as an additional or only treatment. Hormone (ADT) therapy is sometimes over prescribed for profit, per some studies. Hormone therapy is often very expensive (Profitable for doctors if provided at the doctor’s office and not a pharmacy) and can have horrible, strange and devastating side effects, feminization, hot flashes, fatigue, weight gain, long term or permanent ED, depression, etc. His penis could shrink and his testicles can completely disappear, he may grow breasts. This treatment can have so many mind and body altering side effects that doctors will often not inform patients about all of them. One man stated that ADT therapy turned him into an old menopausal woman. Men are sometimes actually castrated (orchiectomy) as a cancer treatment to reduce testosterone; I just can’t imagine a more barbaric and primitive treatment. Amnesty International calls chemical castration “inhuman”. ADT therapy is often used in sex reassignment surgery, male-to-female transsexuals. Studies (Medicare and financial) have documented doctors do over prescribe ADT therapy for profit (depending on Insurance payout rates/profit margin). When insurance payment reimbursement for ADT decreased so did the number of patients being prescribed ADT therapy! [17, 18] Per Wikipedia: “in patients with localized prostate cancer, confined to the prostate, ADT has demonstrated no survival advantage, and significant harm, such as impotence, diabetes and bone loss. Even so, 80% of American doctors provide ADT to patients with localized prostate cancer.” Overtreatment with ADT is extremely profitable, unfortunate and avoidable.

    Major surgery, major side effects: Nerve sparing Robotic surgery is touted as being a better treatment and having fewer side effects, this is usually an extreme exaggeration. The nerves can not always be spared. Robotic surgery can result in a faster initial recovery. Long term risk of incontinence, fatigue, ED, depression, some men will ejaculate urine, shorter penis; etc is about the same as conventional surgery [1, 2, 3, 6, 14]. Patients undergoing surgery are at about a 22% chance of long term or permanent fatigue. A catheter will be required. 0.5% died and 20.4% had one or more complications within 30 days of radical prostatectomy [15]. Patients can have unrealistic expectations about the results. Per some studies radical prostatectomy was associated with more regrets than other treatment options. The ED rates and other side effects are often understated to patients. Men are left limp and leaking after this surgery [1, 2, 3, 14].

    Patients should not be naive: Medical mistakes are the third cause of deaths in the USA (over one million deaths in 4 years) [13]. Medical mistakes cause more deaths then suicide, firearms and motor vehicle accidents combined. Countless other patients have been harmed by medical mistakes. If you are having surgery, biopsy or a procedure take precautions if possible. Have someone qualified or knowledgeable monitor you and your medications, etc. Doctors, nurses and technicians can be profit motivated, use obsolete procedures, be lazy, incompetent, make mistakes and be apathetic or rushed. Occasionally harm can be done or not prevented with intent or for profit. Drug abuse is often a problem with some medical workers because of easy access. Doctor’s offices and clinics can see many patients in a relatively short amount of time. This may be a disadvantage to patients, empathy and quality of care can sometimes be compromised. Sometimes a nurse, medical assistant or an office staff member may be the person that overseeing much of a patient’s care. I personally know of or have had contact with at least 14 nurses and other medical staff that I would consider dangerous: incompetent, dishonest, lazy, abusive, mentally disturbed, sadistic, drug abusers that work in doctor’s offices, labs and hospitals. Most of these people did not have a name tag and supplied me with a first name only when asked for a name. I am now sure modern medicine protects the guilty and incompetent, also victimizes the naive patients. I now understand why medical mistakes are the third leading cause of deaths in the USA. I now believe some or most of the deaths and injuries are preventable or intentional. Medical workers can know everything about a patient, hide behind anonymity and do patients irreversible harm or death. The patient may not even know his or her first name. TV and sometimes the public seem to idolize doctors, nurses and caregivers; however the health care profession has about the same amount of abusive or incompetent workers as other occupations. I have also had excellent doctors and nurses. However this may not protect you from the bad ones. What are the main reasons nurses get fired: 1. Prescription drug abuse (because of easy access to drugs). 2. Too many mistakes. 3. Code of conduct and privacy violations. 3. Bad attitude. 4. No proper licenses 5. Abuse of patients. Often the bad health care workers can just get another job if they get fired, without any repercussions. Patients should be aware that sometimes QOL (quality of life) may be secondary or an absent goal in treatment. Sometimes overtreatment for profit or to prevent an unlikely death or metastization from low risk cancer may be the primary or the only goals of prostate cancer treatment. Many men may not be prepared or have unrealistic expectations about the outcome, physical and psychological impact of testing and treatment. Many men may not be prepared or have unrealistic expectations about the outcome, physical and psychological impact of testing and treatment.

    Depression in prostate cancer patients is common, 27% and 22% at 5 years [6] and for advanced prostate cancer patient’s depression is even higher. Prostate cancer patients are at an increased risk of suicide. Men are seldom screened for depression after prostate cancer.

    The risk of long term chronic and permanent fatigue (that can result in depression) is almost always understated if mentioned at all to many patients. Per some studies and depending on your treatment; the risk of long term or permanent fatigue is about 25% to 60%. Radiation with Hormone therapy has a high risk of fatigue. Long term fatigue also increases the risk of clinical depression and suicide.

    Prostate cancer testing and treatment, quackery and butchery! Castration, ADT hormone therapy (chemical castration), Brachytherapy, cryotherapy, radiotherapy, surgery, chemotherapy and blind biopsies are dangerous, psychically and emotionally brutal, traumatic and disturbing. These types of treatments are primitive and almost beyond belief in today’s world of advanced technology. It seems all of the best treatments for prostate cancer have not been approved and some are only available outside the USA. Newer treatments like, HIFU, hyperthermia, Conexus, IRE Therapy, Boron Neutron capture therapy, Gold Nanoparticles, PARP Inhibitors, Platinum, focal Ablation (only treating the cancer and not the entire prostate) and orphan drugs (dichloroacetate, etc.) should be approved and used when appropriate. Biopsies should be limited to selective MRI guided samples only; blind biopsies should never be performed. Per some studies vitamin D3 may help control PSA and prevent prostate cancer from becoming aggressive [16].

    Lipstick on a pig: Approved advances in prostate cancer treatment mostly consisting of newer, faster and more accurate radiation treatments, robotic surgery and new drugs. These advances sound like greater strides have been made. However most of these approved advances are of limited benefit to prostate cancer patients and still have about the same amount of long term side effects. Compared to other technologies, computers, communications, electronics, aviation, etc, cancer treatment approved advances have been dismal. The National Cancer Institute wastes about 3 billion dollars a year on PSA screening that can be used for research and true cures. QOL (quality of life) issues have not been adequately addressed. Profit often outweighs QOL.

    Prostate Radiotherapy (EBRT-external beam radiation therapy) for cancer treatment. New technology consists of: IMRT, SBRT, IGRT, VMAT, TrueBeam, Cyberknife, etc. This newer, faster, more accurate and easer to setup radiation equipment is of much benefit for doctors, staff and a good selling point to patient’s. However as far as reducing long term side effects, only small gains have been made with the newer radiotherapy equipment. A patient should be skeptical if exaggerated claims are made about reduced long term side effects, especially fatigue and ED rates. Radiotherapy can cause hip and bone problems later in life. 44% decreased orgasm intensity and multiple forms of sexual dysfunction [8, 21]. About 25% of radiotherapy patients can expect an alarming temporary “bounce” (spike) in the PSA value after treatment. Patients should inquire as to the treatment plan: Gy dose and fractions, margins, testicular dose, constraints and age of radiotherapy equipment to insure excessive radiation exposure treatment is not given that can result in additional side effects. Patients should be aware that pelvic shaving, permanent tattoo markers, fiducial marker (small seeds) are sometimes placed in the prostate, MRI, CT scan, photographs, catheters and other procedures may or may not a be required. Radiotherapy can also occasionally result in secondary cancers and damage to “organs at risk” (organs close to the prostate). Radiation has a high probability of sexual dysfunction and fatigue, just as high and sometimes higher with the newer equipment. ED rates estimated at 35% to 75% or higher, 93% at 15 years [8,14, 21]. Sometimes radiation can also cause bowel and urinary problems. Per some studies radiotherapy causes moderate-to-severe gastrointestinal effects in 17%. A 5 day SBRT radiation treatment is now commonly available with about the same results and side effects as a 9 week radiation treatment. A doctor with a multimillion dollar lease and maintenance agreement on radiotherapy equipment and a large staff may or may not be influenced by his or her financial obligations when deciding to recommend over testing and treatment.

    Fried nuts, two-: Prostate radiotherapy (EBRT) can sometimes result in a 5% to 30% temporary or permanent drop in testosterone levels, excluding hormone therapy. This drop is determined by the testicular radiation dose (treatment equipment and planning) [19, 20]. A below normal drop in testosterone can result in fatigue, depression, sexual dysfunction and other symptoms. Always ask for a printout of testicle dose and constraints before and after prostate radiotherapy to insure your testicles are not over radiated, also include the CT scan exposures. Have your testosterone levels tested before and months after EBRT treatment.

    Chemotherapy can be extremely toxic and sometimes deadly: Any cancer patient (man or woman) who are being offered chemotherapy should be particularly cautious. Without genomic testing or proof of the effectiveness of the specific drug being used on the exact cancer type being treated, chemotherapy can often be more toxic to the patient then to the cancer. Chemotherapy may be extremely expensive, profitable for some doctors (if dispensed by the doctor and not by a third party) and can be misused or overused, often for profit. The “chemotherapy concession”: A doctor may purchase a quantity of chemo drugs for $10,000 and charge a patient $20,000. A doctor can also receive a percent kickback from the drug company for prescribing the drug. What is the motive for some doctors to perform Genomic testing and giving a patient a different and more effective treatment at an unknown or no profit versus a guaranteed profit with a probable worthless or harmful treatment? This is a well documented and common practice. 75% to 90% of oncologists would refuse chemotherapy if they had cancer. Chemotherapy fails upwards of 93 and 98% percent of the time depending on which study you look at. One Michigan oncologist who committed fraud and gave $35 million in needless chemotherapy (for profit) to patients, some who did not even have cancer is now in jail for 45 years. He was running his own in-house pharmacy. The nursing staff was indifferent and the state regulatory agency initially cleared him of any wrongdoing (a cover up). Many or most chemo drugs are considered a biohazard.

    Long term care consists of regular PSA testing for years. Long term care for side effects is often lacking or exploitive or ineffective. Often complaints of side effects are disregarded by nurses, doctors and sometimes referred out to other doctors. The patient is sometimes left to figure out what to do about his side effects with the resources available to him. Long term side effects often consist of fatigue, bowel or urinary problems, sexual dysfunction, depression and other symptoms. Patients with complaints of chronic fatigue are often told to exercise, get plenty of sleep, pace your self and eat a healthy diet; this advice is of limited help for chronic fatigue. Often treatments for long term side effects are embarrassing, degrading, unavailable, nonexistent, costly, not effective, not offered or bothersome. Prostate cancer treatment often results in fatigue, depression, isolation and sometimes suicide. Billions of dollars are profited from ED drug and other ED products, catheters, pads and diapers, drugs for depression or pain or insomnia or incontinence, additional treatments and surgeries for side effects. Also treatments for the multiple and bizarre side effects from hormone ADT therapy (chemical castration) is sometimes required.

    Men, ageing, exploitation and elder abuse: If any man lives long enough it is very likely he will have a prostate problem, low testosterones or some form of sexual dysfunction. In my opinion modern medicine often has been exploitive, abusive and has provided substandard care for older men in general due to all of the explanation given in this text. I believe much of the attitudes toward older Americans need improvement and they are sometimes viewed as being subhuman and exploitable by various groups and individuals. If documented cases of unnecessary surgery and radiotherapy or blind biopsies on children by doctors for profit were released, the vast majority of Americans would be outraged and this practice would quickly end. However for older men it dose not seems to be of great concern! As defined by some or all state laws, exploitation of elderly men by overprescribing treatment for profit is a crime or an offence of various guidelines and regulations. It is extremely unlikely any doctor will ever be prosecuted or has a medical license suspended for this common and extensively documented abuse or crime. It is well documented that all forms abuse do occur to the elderly and disabled in nursing homes and other facilities including neglect, theft, starvation, torture, harassment, sexual assault, etc. Elderly are being exploited in many ways (Also scams for profit). One patient after recovering from a brain injury testified that he was repeatedly abused, slapped and hit, forced to drink boiling hot tea by multiple caregivers and sexually assaulted by one female caregiver. I personally know of an elderly lady that is living in an expensive assisted living home that has had all of her possessions (radio, clothes, underwear, shoes) repeatedly stolen and replaced by her family including the sheets off of her bed, even after the sheets where marked with her name using a larger permanent marker pen. Guardian scam: If you are declared incompetent by strangers, they can become your guardian (Guardianships and Conservatorships). You can be forced to move into a nursing home and your property can be sold and your assets can be seized by them. In other words-they can steal your assets and incarcerate you. Some people are becoming very wealthy by using this exploitation method. Make sure you have an estate trust, executor, etc [24].

    Drug company rip Off! ED, no bathtub included: Almost all prostate cancer treatments usually result a high percentage of erectile dysfunction. Loss of libido estimated at about 45%. Excluding hormone therapy, lower libido is almost never disclosed as a treatment side effect and sometimes it is completely denied as a problem. Blind biopsies can often cause temporary or permanent ED. Often claims of prompt effective treatment for ED or other side effects if they occur after treatment are often misleading. Statistics for ED percentages from treatment are usually quoted after treatment with Viagra, Muse or other ED treatments, therefore most statistics are very misleading. ED rated at 5 years may be as high as 50% to 80% or higher for most treatments. ED rated at 15 years may be as high as 90% or higher for most treatments. For cryotherapy, ED rates are extremely high. The cost for ED drugs like Levitra, Cialis, Viagra and Muse are deliberately kept very expensive by drug companies, about $10 to $45 per 1 pill or dose. At these prices Lilly could consider including a free bathtub featured in its advertisements for Cialis. The cost of a 30 day supply of Cialis is usually well over $320 and the cost of an inexpensive bathtub is about $200. Generic PDE5I ED drugs in Canada and other parts of the world sell for about $0.50 to $2 a pill. Many insurance companies will not pay for ED drugs or treatment. Less expensive generic drugs are usually unavailable in the US. Some ED drugs should have already become available in a generic (in the USA) form for about $1 a pill. This is further exploitation by the drug companies of men in general. Men are also exploited by counterfeit mail order ED drug sales. ED drugs are not always effective and may have side effects. ED treatments can also be embarrassing, not offered, not practical, painful, expensive/not covered by insurance. Men will often not seek treatment because or these reasons. You can get safe inexpensive generic and brand name drugs from Canada. Just get a prescription from your doctor and make sure the pharmacy is CIPA licensed. Generic Cialis Viagra for about $0.50 to $2 a pill and other drugs. Go to for a list of trusted CIPA Canadian pharmacies. Stop getting ripped off by American drug companies.

    The numbers game, you lose: More exaggerations and lies. A doctor may state a patients chances of ED is about 35% with EBRT radiotherapy (or some other treatment). A patient may think, 35% is not too bad and if I do get ED I can always take Viagra. What a doctor may not tell a patient is that the ED rate is 35% at 1 or 2 years for a patient under 65 years old and with an ED drug treatment option. For a patient over 4 years, over 65 years old and no ED drugs the ED rate may be about 75% or higher. After age 70 your chances of ED is over 85% or higher.[8] Obviously, a man is more likely to refuse treatment at a 75% ED rate verses a 35% ED rate. Some side effects may not be disclosed at all. If side effects (low libido, chronic fatigue, depression, increased suicide risk, etc) are not disclosed, no percentages will usually need to be quoted. Results are often worse for a surgery option, the main difference in ED results between surgery and radiotherapy is; with surgery ED will start out bad and may or may not get better with time, however with radiotherapy ED will get worse over time. With both treatments together or with ADT hormones also you’re in real trouble with ED percentages. Cure rates are often quoted at the 5 years mark for most treatments. 5 years is not a magic number, anyone can have a treatment failure before or after 5 years. A cure rate for a treatment at 5 years may be quoted at 85%; however the cure rate at 7 to 10 years may be only 70% and 50%. The 85% at 5 year rate was quoted to me. I was never told about my 50% at 10 year cure rate. Always ask what is the “biochemical recurrence” (AKA rising PSA or treatment failure) rate for well beyond 5 years with your computer software simulation and Partin tables. Ask your urologist or radiation oncologist for a 10-year cure Rate. If the physician is unable to provide one, consider finding another doctor. Studies and clinical trials results, side effects percentage claims, etc can be biased. Watch out for terms like “age adjusted” or ambiguous or excluded facts as given in the above examples. ED rates for radiotherapy are usually quoted at under 1 or 2 years and for surgery over 1 or 2 year to give the appearance of a more positive result. I have read and have been given some extremely exaggerated claims (mostly lies) concerning cure rated, side effects, etc.

    The walking dead: Patients are often left impotent, incontinent, fatigued, exploited, embarrassed, demoralized, depressed and sometimes also feminized/ castrated or suicidal. After testing and treatment your life may be very deferent. Prostate cancer patients are often elderly and exploited for profit [1, 5, 9, 10, 25]. A blind biopsy is unsafe and newer test methods should be used. The treatments offered have horrible side effects. Aftercare for long term side effects is frequently ineffective, expensive, not offered, degrading or nonexistent. Prostate cancer patients are seldom told about chronic fatigue, depression, loss of libido and the true risk of side effects are usually understated. Modern medicine often fails and victimizes prostate cancer patients.

    Often few good choices exist for treatment: A prostate cancer patient treatment choice often ends up being the least worst choice or the choice with the side effects a patient thinks he can tolerate. If a patient has intermediate or high risk prostate cancer and dose not have advanced age he may need treatment. He should consider genomic testing and look into other advanced treatments if available. Also he should try and avoid hormone therapy if possible because of the multiple side effects especially if the cancer is organ confined. If laser or other advanced treatments are not available a 5 day SBRT radiation treatment may be considered (In my opinion SBRT could be the least worst of the bad choices, still a poor option). SBRT seems to be fast, least invasive or traumatic. ED and fatigue is still a high long term risk. Radiation with hormone therapy has a higher risk of ED and long term fatigue. However, I now believe conventional prostate cancer testing and treatment is a big mistake for most men.

    The short version of my story: I was referred to an urologist by my family doctor after a high PSA test. I will refer to the urologist as Doctor “A”; he used old and dangerous testing technology (18 core blind biopsies), his nurse seemed to have a mental defect exhibiting arrogant, rude, strange, abusive behavior and was intent on inflicting psychological harm to me. Shortly after my Dr. “A” visits ended, his nurse was no longer employed at his office and no person in that office would refer to her employment or her existence. I now believe this nurse was high because of drug abuse being common among nurses (easy access to drugs). I was diagnosed with prostate cancer by Dr. “A”. I refused his surgery and hormone therapy recommendation because of the imminent side effects and his unprofessional nurse behavior, so Dr. “A” referred me to Dr “T”. Dr. “T” was outside of my insurance network; however his office manager stated she was willing to work with my insurance, offered me a doctor consultation and would accept any insurance payment as a full payment. When I arrived in his office the waiting room was empty. He also had a large staff. Dr. “T” used older conventional technology, offered me overtreatment, hormone therapy, unnecessary procedures and testes. One week after my consultation with Dr. “T” I received an $850 bill, in conflict with what was agreed upon with his office manager. After a recommendation from a friend, I called clinic “O” and met with the nurse. She offered me treatments with a verbal guarantee of “no side effects from the radiation”. However this nurse could not answer any of my basic questions, lacked any credibility and sounded like an unscrupulous used car salesmen. Most of these office visits caused me multiple problems with offices workers processing paperwork for tests, insurance forms and billing, etc. Two of these doctors offered me an unnecessary bone scan. Two of these doctors recommended unnecessary hormone therapy ADT (overtreatment) for my organ confined cancer. After I absolutely and utterly refused hormone therapy, both doctors admitted it probably would not help me in my final outcome because of the computer estimate run on me with my organ confined cancer, PSA, biopsy report, etc. Having no advance treatments (laser, etc) available to me at that time, I decided on SBRT treatment with Dr. “K”, he could answer my questions and had new equipment. Before my treatment could start I was referred to “W” lab for an MRI. “W” lab had a trainee assisting and it took over 2 hours to complete my MRI. 2 days later after receiving a copy of my MRI report, I examined the MRI report; it had my name and some other patient history information. I wasted 2 more days verifying it was the correct MRI of me and not some other prostate patient MRI before my treatment could start. I did receive treatment from Dr. “K”. I did have a relatively fast and noninvasive treatment (SBRT), resulting in several months of fatigue, a large PSA bounce 18 mothers later and some other short term side effects. At this time I am doing okay, however I’m not sure what the future will bring? I also no longer trust modern medicine, doctors, nurses, etc. Modern medicine seems to be more of a gamble then a science. I have wasted hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars. I feel modern medicine has abused and failed me (and others) due to the lack of guidelines and regulation, still approved obsolete technology, better unapproved treatments, exploitation, greed, apathy and incompetence. Hindsight is 20/20. I was never offered Genomic testing. If I could do it over again, I would also consider no PSA testing and treatment or traveling for advanced treatments from a competent provider if practical and available. I believe if I did take the two doctors recommendations and received unnecessary hormone therapy in addition to the radiotherapy my quality of life (QOL) would have been severely impacted for years or permanently and could possibly have resulting in my early death. I did seem to have a lot of bad luck in picking providers or is this just the new standard in medical care?

    “Do no harm”, unless you can make a lot of money and get away with it: I was harmed physically and verbally by Dr. “A” 18 core blind biopsy and verbally abused by his nurse. I was potentially exploited and financially harmed ($850) by Dr. “T” and offered unnecessary testing and overtreatment. Clinic “O” nurse attempted to misinform and deceive me about the treatment outcome of “no long term side effects”. I was harmed by “W” lab by mistakes and incompetence. I did also have numerous other billing and paperwork problems probably due to mistakes and apathy. A few of the office staff were incapable of completing some very simple tasks like filling out lab work request or insurance forms. At least 40% (probably substantially more, 50% to 60%) of the health care workers I came into contact with did or attempted to do some form of harm to me or provide substandard care, attempted excessive testing and treatment, mistakes, billing overcharges, blind biopsy, false statements, deception, misinformation, apathy and abusive behavior¬¬¬, as explained in this text. I have also observed several medical facilities do not require workers to wear name tags and when asked for a name most will give a first name only; this may also be a factor in health care workers not acting in an ethical manner. To me, it seems that this prostate cancer nightmare maze was intended for maximum physical, psychological, financial harm and to be of questionable benefit and maximum profit for doctors. My prostate cancer experience has been one of the worst events that has happened to me in my lifetime. Also seeking testing and treatment is one of the biggest mistakes I have ever made. I specifically blame modern medicine for not protecting patients from predatory doctors, substandard technology and a lack of regulations that would protect patients. I would have been much better off going to a Voodoo or witch doctor. I would have saved thousands of dollars, time, had no side effects, no paperwork, more confidentiality and privacy. Also I probably would have received better advice. I could have received a nice amulet or a good luck charm to protect against sorcery or magic (testing and treatment) and evil medicine men (predatory doctors).

    My treatment choice: I feel LDR Brachytherapy and hormone therapy (AKA chemical castration) seemed to be completely degrading, disturbing and bizarre. Hormone therapy would not have been an effective treatment for me. Surgery and Brachytherapy are to invasive. Surgery has an imminent danger of incontinence and ED. 9 week EBRT radiotherapy was just too long and laborious. Because castration (orchiectomy), ADT therapy (chemical castration), surgery, Chemotherapy, LDR Brachytherapy and blind biopsies are what I consider “Frankenstein medicine” (outdated, harmful, strange, bizarre, brutal, twisted, degrading or a perverted nightmare) I would avoid all of them. Unfortunately, I was deceived and misguided into having a blind biopsy. I do not believe other conventional treatments like radiotherapy are good or great choices either, just not as horrific. The choice I made was a 5 day SBRT radiotherapy. A 5 day SBRT also has numerous drawbacks and side effects, about the same as a 9 week EBRT radiotherapy. I also had no advanced treatment options available to me. As I have stated above, If I could do it over again I would also consider either no PSA testing and treatment or traveling for advanced treatments from a competent provider if practical and available. I am now sure I made the wrong choice by receiving conventional testing and treatment. With prostate cancer, the testing or treatment is often worse then the disease. I am not implying anyone should make the same choices as I did. I am only giving the motives for my decisions. I was also the victim of profit motivated and substandard providers. 3 years later I now believe my prostate cancer testing and treatment greatly accelerated my ageing (through the stress, testing, treatments and physically from the radiation and was also a financial burden). Per a new SBRT studies my 4+3 Gleason score is considered “unfavorable” [7]. I now have about a 50% chance of a treatment failure in 8 to 10 years. My previous long term cure rate was originally quoted at 85% before my treatment started. I am also sure prostate cancer testing and treatment is mostly smoke and mirrors (lies). The man who invented the PSA test, Dr. Richard Ablin now calls it “the Great Prostate Mistake, Hoax and a Profit-Driven Public Health Disaster”[1]. When asked: “How did you live so long?” A 99 year old woman stated “stay away from doctors and don’t take anything they prescribe for you”. With some exceptions, I now believe this advice to be mostly true.

    Always protect yourself: With prostate cancer the common standard in medical care seems to be substandard. Do not let the sterile, friendly and professional environment of a doctor’s office detour you from protecting yourself from overtreatment or any unnecessary life changing tests and treatments. If you are concerned about misuse or privacy issues, refuse to fill out EPIC questioners and limit the information given to relevant information only. If you have a high PSA or prostate cancer, educate yourself. A patient should be extremely skeptical if exaggerated claims are made about minimal long term side effects from conventional treatments or blind biopsies, exaggerated cure rates or the need for immediate treatment. Also claims of effective prompt treatments for side effects. Bring someone educated or astute with you to your consultations and appointments. Insist on Genomic or advanced testing if you have prostate cancer. Avoid doctors that are mostly profit motivated. Do not submit to a prostate blind biopsy. Get a second or third opinion if you are being offered treatment with low risk prostate cancer. Learn about all your treatment options, testing and side effects. Verify everything you are told. Under the HIPAA law you are entitle to a copy of all your medical records and bills. Always ask the name of the person assisting you. If they refuse the request for a name leave immediately (you may or may not be in extreme danger). Be very cautious if you are ever refused a copy of your records; demand a copy of your records and a reason for any denial and seek other advice. Get a copy and keep a file of your test results, biopsy report, Gleason score, PSA, MRI report, treatment plan, bills, insurance payouts, etc. Carefully monitor your PSA. Expect a temporary increase (for weeks or months) in PSA after some procedures. Verify the accuracy of paperwork. If treatment is necessary talk to your doctor in advance about side effect management, chronic fatigue, ED, etc. Doctors that provide treatments often have computer software to predict the outcome using test results and different treatment options. Ask to see your computer predicted cure rate outcome with your treatment options if available. This may give you some insight to your options, cure rate and also to avoid overtreatment. Always ask what is the “biochemical recurrence” (AKA rising PSA or treatment failure) rate for well beyond 5 years, 5 years is not a magic number. For help contact a good prostate cancer support group without a conflict of interest. A wise man once told me “you need to learn to think like your doctors and nurses (or other providers)”. What are the motives of your providers, place them in order that you observe at your doctors office: to profit, to cure, to get high on the backroom drug supply, to do less work, to take an extra long lunch or get off work early, to help people, to cover up their incompetents, etc? This exercise may give you some insight into the care you may receive.

    A medical holocaust: Multiple studies have verified more deaths and harm caused from prostate cancer testing and treatment then from prostate cancer itself. Medical mistakes are the third leading cause of deaths in the USA, over 251,000 deaths a year or over one million four thousand (1,004,000) deaths in 4 years. More then suicide, firearms and motor vehicle accidents combined [13]. These statistics do not include many more people that have had their lives destroyed or shortened by modern medicine or a reduction in QOL (quality of life). Per the FDA, 106,000 deaths per year (Over one million people in 10 years) from prescription drugs. Very often men are not told about all of the true risks and side effects or they are downplayed for both a blind biopsy and treatments. I personally know of 2 patients killed from medical mistakes, one got hepatitis from a colonoscopy and the other death from an upset ER nurse forcing a tube down his throat causing lethal damage.

    No national guidelines: Strict guidelines for cancer testing and treatment need to be created and enforced because of the extensive and documented abuses of prostate cancer patients: 1. Blind biopsies should be banned. 2. Strict standards and gridlines for testing and treatment need to be created. 3. Full mandatory industry standard disclosure need to be created for tests and treatment to include realistic risk factors. 4. Newer testing and treatments need to be created and approved. 5. Dignity, privacy and confidentiality need to be standardized and enforced in addition to the HIPAA laws. 6. Mandatory aftercare needs to be available, standardized and regulated. 7. The cost for drugs needs to be regulated to end financial exploitation by drug companies. 8. Medical workers should be identifiable and be required to wear name tags with first, last names and job title. 9. A new standard “Ethical Code of Conduct” needs to be created and enforced to end patient exploitation and abuse. 10. Genomic or genetic testing should be required before any patient is sent for treatment to avoid overtreatment and insure the correct treatment. 11. A truthful and accurate standardized educational book or PDF needs to be created and distributed to all high PSA and prostate cancer patients. 12. Ban for profit ADT therapy and the “chemotherapy concession”. It is unlikely any of the above recommendations will be implemented unless prostate cancer affected a larger percent of the population or enough prominent people are affected. Prostate cancer patients must protect themselves as the only alternative!

    Clarification: This text may probably anger and upset some people for various reasons. The intent of this document is not to imply all doctors are dishonest or to condemn all medical providers. The intent is to educate men of the consequences and dangers that may await them so they can take appropriate action and to inform patients of real world, typical or worst case scenarios. I have also tried to include most scenarios a prostate cancer patient should be cautious of. Would some health care providers harm a patient for profit or by accident or some other reason? Yes, absolutely! We just don’t know who or what percent would. Shockingly, for me it was will over 40% (probably 50% to 60%) that intended to do me some form of harm or provided substandard care as explained in my story. Are some other doctors and nurses exceptional? Yes! I have also had excellent doctors and nurses, however this may not protect you or I from the bad ones. Differences in opinion, variations in semantics do not invalidate this document or its intent. The information in this document is a sum of my experience, other patient’s experiences and hundreds of videos, documents, books, conversations, clinical trial, peer reviews, blogs, studies, articles, etc.

    Often prostate cancer testing and treatment is harmful and a big scam for profit! The evidence is overwhelming [1 to 25].

    Disclaimer: I have no conflict of interest. I do not represent any support group or other organizations. I am not a doctor. I do not prevent, treat, diagnose, cure or advise on medical matters. The information in this document is for educational purposes only. If you need treatment or medical advice, consult a competent and trustworthy medical doctor.

    Anyone may copy, email or distribute parts of or this entire document without changing or modifying it.

    I have been extensively criticized by some for creating this document and its blunt content. In order to insure my privacy and avoid any potential reprisals, further abuse or exploitation, I will remain Anonymous.

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  6. This is very near and dear to my heart; as my father was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1992. He beat it, and he’s still alive and kicking. I was 11 or 12 at the time, and knew absolutely nothing about the disease, but I noticed that he was ingesting alot of aloe and cayenne pepper. He was probably ingesting alot of other healthy remedies but those 2 I mentioned above are what I personally remember as I saw it with my eyes. Very soon, he’d beat the cancer, after being told he had 6 months to live in 1992!! Here we are in 2017 and he’s still here! What a blessing. I’m convinced he used healthy alternatives to heal himself. I take a turmeric supplement and noticed that I very rarely deal with inflammation of any kind, as inflammation is the starting point for cancer. Anyway, I know natural remedies work as I can see that it did with my dad, who is now 79 years old. Great article, and I hope alot of people see this so that they know that there are healthy alternatives to conventional medicine and treatment!

    • Hi Wendi,

      That is such an inspiring story! Thanks so much for sharing. 79 and still going strong. Proof positive that you can actually live with prostate cancer and not have to have your prostate removed (to make money for doctors).

      Food really is medicine. 6 months to live in 1992 and now he is still alive and kicking. So happy for him. Healthy eating really is so important and so healing. I healed an enlarged prostate and prostate cancer with healthy eating, plain and simple. Thanks so much for sharing with us Wendi, much love to you and your dad! xx

  7. Wow! This is such an informative article and I would’ve never known these statistics. I’ve learned some of these facts in my Biology class during high school, but unfortunately I forgot most of them! Statistics show that prostate cancer is far more common than we think! It’s important to be aware but also to be careful of scams.

    • Hi Derek,

      Thanks for such a great comment. Yes prostate cancer is far more common than people realise. It is a fact that most men over 70 who have an autopsy would show some form of prostate cancer. So yes very common and if you eat a diet rich in plant foods you can survive without medical intervention.

      Too many men are proving this is true. The health industry really must wake up soon and realise their way is the poison way. Rant over haha! Thanks again Derek!


  8. Thank you for your information. My father was diagnosed with prostate cancer and actually, he decided not to go under the surgical procedure. It was almost 10 years since this, and ( thank goodness!) he still feels good. His PSA has been lowered.We hope that it was just overdiagnosed…

    • Hi Olina,

      That is great news to hear! If he is on a healthy plant based diet even better. So many men are over diagnosed and receive treatment they don’t even need. It really is a crime and needs to be bought out into the open. I hope articles like mine can do that.


  9. It really is unfortunate the way the American medical system works and how much of it seems geared toward convincing doctors to do work that simply isn’t necessary because they earn money for it. While I have no idea what the right answer is, we definitely don’t have it in place today. Thanks for this article and the rundown on things to look out for, I’ll definitely keep this in mind for my next check up.

    • Hi Craig,

      Thanks for your comments. Yes something is amiss when doctors and Big Pharma are more concerned with their wallets than peoples health. With enlarged prostates and prostate cancer being so common now it really is a multi billion dollar industry and the lives and futures of men get toyed with by so called expert doctors who know nothing about nutrition. I hope this article spreads and people learn more about the system and start taking their health into their own hands.

      Cheers mate, Kev

  10. Hi Kevin,

    This is a great article and one that definitely needs to be talked about more. My husband had prostate cancer last year and had it removed. He is doing well but has found that a lot of his friends in their 60’s had never been for a prostate test which was a bit of a shock, but some of them have since been and had good results. The PSA test is not an accurate diagnosis as in my husbands case he had a low reading, it was only because he went for tests every year that they realised it had double (it was still only 4) so they sent him for the next set of tests which revealed the prostate cancer. He is almost back to normal now after 8 months and doing really well.

    Good luck with your business,


    • Hi Barb,

      Thanks for your comments. Glad your husband is doing well. Yes so many men don’t even talk about it and its the most common form of cancer in men. Most men will have it well into their 70’s and 80’s without even knowing. So you can certainly live with it. Yes the PSA is very inaccurate and is a billion dollar industry. Thanks for your kind words,


  11. Kudos Kev for stepping up and out! Such an important topic that far too many men are “old school” about. From your own experience and from everything you have shared there are so many better options. I hope this gets shared a ton for it to help others. I know I will be sharing. Great article, awesome interview.

    • Hi Merry,

      Thanks so much for your comments. Yes it is a topic that needs to be out there and men need to be talking about it. The most common cancer in men is prostate cancer yet men sweep it under the carpet. And it can be healed without having it cut out. Thanks for sharing. The more who hear about signs and symptoms of prostate cancer the better 🙂


  12. Kevin,

    Thank you for sharing this with us. It really is an important topic that men should be reading about and concerned with. I find it amazing that you were able to share the video with us of your discussion. I have heard of many natural ways to cure a lot of health issues and I am glad to have run across this post so that I know all about it now. Overall great post!

    Thank you,

    • Hi Cody,

      Thanks for the comments on prostate cancer. Yes really important stuff. Hopefully many more men become aware of this topic. It is treatable naturally with whole foods. Thanks for calling by,


  13. Well done Kevin! It’s so admiring to see someone opening up and talking about these things. Men often don’t like to discuss these kinds of topics and instead would often seek advice online. Your site is doing a wonderful job at helping so many!

    Keep up the good work and all the best.

    • Hi Kirsty,

      Thanks for that. Yes if I can get more men aware of this prostate health topic then more men can be helped and avoid unnecessary surgery. Prostate cancer is something that can be healed by diet and more men need to know that. Thats my mission to put it out there and bring about some change.

      Cheers, Kev

  14. It must have been really scary to have heard that news, this is one of the things us guys don’t really like to talk about but we should. Some really useful information here that i am certaily going to keep an eye on. I have bookmarked this post fir future reference. Is the Tokyo radio dj Ian Simpson Welsh? Coming from Wales myself I recognize that accent

    • Hi Matthew,

      It was in a way expected. I knew something wasn’t right down there so my mind just went into steel trap mode. This thing was just a trespasser in my body. So I just focused on getting rid of it. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer for men but can certainly be healed naturally.

      I think Ian is Welsh and I know he is a huge rugby fan. I’ll try put you in touch with him.

      Cheers Matthew,


  15. So great that your opening up this topic and straight talking about symptoms with personal experience.
    Very informative and excellent info on how to tackle prostate issues.

    Is there any information on how we can maintain a healthy prostate? I’m in my 30’s and assuming my prostate is healthy, what can I do to ensure it stays that way?

    Thanks again Kev.

    • Hi Vince,

      Thanks for the comments, yes its an important topic and one men need to be aware of. Prostate cancer is not a death sentence. An enlarged prostate is very treatable by using natural foods, meditation and exercise. As far as keeping your prostate healthy steer clear of any medications especially long term things like statin drugs. They do your body no good. Eat plenty of Golden Paste, check that out here Try and keep as best you can to a plant based diet, no red meat or dairy but have the odd chicken that is preferably organic and free range, wild atlantic salmon is ok too. That may be hard for many men to stick to but it beats having to fight prostate issues later in life. Plenty of exercise and fresh air, sunshine and healthy relationships. Hope this helps,


  16. Hey Kevin,

    Man, I was riveted. I can sense the passion in your writing. I totally believe and agree with what you are saying here. It’s sickening. I am about to share this post on my social media and with one friend in particular. I am actually a minister and part of a men’s ministry at my church. One of my best friends in the world has had his prostate removed and the doctors are saying that the cancer is back. Do you have any advice for me to give him. I would appreciate an email if you have something to tell me. I will check back here as well.

    Thanks for fighting the good fight. God bless you and bless this website and it’s outreach to the world in the name of Jesus, Amen!

    • Hi Alan,
      Thanks so much for your comments. Yes it is a passionate subject and something men need to really understand before they make a decision on their bodies. Prostate health, prostate enlargement and prostate cancer is a huge talking point and so much is taken for granted by most men. Awareness is key and thank you for spreading the word. I will contact you in regards to your friend.

      Many blessings Alan,



  17. Great post Kev. Everyone should read this. Prostate cancer can be healed naturally as you have proven. Keep up the great work! Joy

    • Thank you Joy,

      Yes I hope this post really gets some traction and it helps make men aware of the alternatives to invasive surgery. Enlarged prostates and prostate cancer can and have been healed naturally.So much information out there now men need to take their health into their own hands and take care of their bodies. Thank Joy,


  18. Hey Kevin,

    Thanks for sharing, such an information rich post. Not only the pharmaceutical companies and doctors rates, but the entire health care system in this country is a joke. I recently found out that I had epilepsy by having a seizure on my way to work. I had to be transported from my car to the hospital in an ambulance. It was a seven minute ride that cost me 1500$. And that was solely for the ambulance ride. That didn’t include all the tests and doctors fees they charged me. And having to go to specialist on top of that to get more testing done.
    Thanks for trying to help men avoid this if it isn’t necessary to have done!

    • Hi betsy,

      yes Health Care should be called “Sick Care” because it does nothing to promote prevention or health! Very frustrating. All we can do is keep putting it out there and make people aware. Prostate Health is a massive money making machine for the so called Health industry. Men are being hood winked because there is huge money in prostate cancer, prostate enlargement, PSA’s and biopsies. The US seems to be an absolute joke when it comes to health insurance. I have no idea how it even works but as you say its a joke and should be fixed. Keep putting it out there Betsey,


  19. Comprehensive and interesting post! I even love the video lecture and talk about prostate health. It’s like an overall approach. Complete information. Really engaging especially to those having such condition and to us ladies whose male loved ones have the same health issue. You even inspire me to write more health-related articles on my site. Thanks for this, Kev! 🙂

    • Hi Lily,

      Thanks so much for your thoughts. Glad you liked the video too. It really is an overall approach and I want to get it out there to people who need to see and read about prostate health. Whether its prostate cancer, an enlarged prostate or if you just have concerns as you get older I think this blog post and video can really help people 🙂 Glad I have inspired you to keep writing about health. We need more people like you in the world! 🙂



  20. Hi Kev,
    Wow great post!!! I have not personally experienced prostate issues however I have a few friends that have had prostate cancer and underwent the surgical procedure to correct. One of the fellows did not fair so well and continues to have issues and his recovery took over a year. The other friend did absolutely amazing. The difference being the friend that did well changed his diet and began treating with natural herbs.
    Given the stats that you have provided this is and very well should be a hot topic. I did not realize until reading this post that the numbers were that staggering.
    Once again great job and thanks for the valuable insight.

    • Hi Lance,

      Thanks for that. Yes the stats really are eye opening and it needs to be a hot topic with men. Prostate enlargement and prostate cancer are some what taboo when men get together but they really need to talk about it and understand that it is not the end of the world and prostate issues will probably effect every man at some stage. Great that you have experienced the two sides with people you know. Amazing what happens when we look at the alternatives instead of being a sheep and following doctors orders. Appreciate your comments,


  21. Hi Kev,
    Great piece of article here. I’m an advocate for healing with nutrition and herbs. I have seen first hand people who have gotten well through nutrition alone. As you mentioned, there are a lot of false positives in a lot of labs, and many people are being treated for conditions they don’t even have. With all your statistics, this is an article I believe everyone should read to create awareness. Great Job Kev!

    • Hi Dela,

      Thanks for your comments. Yes awareness is key. Men need to know that having prostate issues whether enlarged prostate or prostate cancer is not the end of the world. These issues as I have proved myself can be healed with whole foods, fasting, meditation and exercise. Yes the statistics are quite damning yet the medical industry as a whole ignore them. Money is all that matters. Money over life sadly. Awareness is what I want to preach if you like to people. Just become aware and then make your own choice.

      Cheers, Kev

  22. Hey Kevin – Excellent article on prostate cancer and I really liked the symptoms part as this will definitely be useful in identifying the cancer during the early stage for easy treatment. Great content on how to heal naturally and a good thing that you are serving for others problems. Keep well and keep writing brother. Expecting to see a lot of post on the same 🙂

    • Hi Manasir,

      Thanks for your comments. Yes I hope to get this out there for many men to read and watch as it is a topic that many men ignore. Enlarged prostate or prostate cancer is not a death sentence and as I have proved you can heal your own body without invasive medical treatment. Whole foods and fasting, meditation is so important to heal. Appreciate your supportive comments,


  23. Thank you for this very informative article. That is very unfortunate to hear that many male citizens are undergoing prostate biopsy when it is not necessary. I feel like some men don’t think twice about it and don’t realize that there could be a potential scam for profit involved. Everyone should do their research before hand before undergoing a serious procedure like this. There are many natural supplements out there that does wonders to the body such as turmeric. It is essential to take your daily vitamins, amino acids, and other great natural substances such as turmeric like you have mentioned. Our body is readily available to uptake these natural substances to help regulate our body’s needs and repair mechanisms. I wish more people would realize this. I would love to direct people to your site. Thanks for sharing this very informative information. Much appreciated and I will spread the word.

    • Hi Rob,

      Thanks for those great comments buddy. Yes so many men just take their doctors word as gospel. We need people to question the health industry, doctors, hospitals, Big Pharma and chemists, all flogging toxic pills when we have the real medicine in our hands from the garden. I really believe food is our medicine. It certainly worked for me on my prostate. Turmeric is great and has so many benefits. Our body is an amazing machine and has the power, combined with our mind to cure anything. Thanks again Rob, appreciate you stopping by and spreading the word.


  24. Very useful information! My father had his prostate taken out after a scare with an elevated PSA. I hope not to go that route!

    • Hi Bing,

      Yes its important to know this stuff. Hope your dad is ok after his prostate scare.


  25. Kevin, I read your first article about the prostrate. And just like the first this one too is informative and insightful. I was particularly interested in the scams and unnecessary treatments and testing. I recommend for those who haven’t to read Kevis’s first article as well.

    • Hi Maurice,

      Thanks so much, appreciate that. Yes so many scams in the health industry. So many unnecessary treatments used solely to make money, not help the patient. Yes the first article is well worth a read too. Look after your prostate and avoid the medical system.


  26. Hi Kevin, Thanks for a very informative article. I think that diet is the most important way to control all kinds of health issues. I personally like juicing. The fresh fruits and veggies keep me going strong all day and also help boost my immune system. I’m going to read your articles to learn more. You are very informed in this area and I’m glad you have taken the time to share this great information with us.

    • Hi Mitch,

      Thanks for the great comments. Yes juicing is one of my loves of life haha! And it is like drinking life 🙂 So healthy and you feel the nutrients going into the cells. Yes diet is no doubt the most important part of life. Bad diet bad health bad life. Keep up the juicing that’s great to hear.


  27. I get so frustrated about the pharmaceutical industry, sending everyone into endless cycles of medications, doctors and checkups. People never want to listen to me when I tell them they can live disease free with diet and lifestyle changes. What can be done?!

    • Hi Laurel,

      All we can do is keep putting it out there! The more people who rally against Big Pharma the better. I have proved that food really is medicine. Doctors sadly learn very little about nutrition. I know your website is leading the charge too. There is so much money in keeping people sick and feeding them rubbish. Sadly most people are like sheep and go along with the other sheep. Keep putting truth out there Laurel, thats all we can do 🙂


  28. Great job, Kevin! This is clearly an important topic that so many men are going to face. Offering this kind of helpful resource should help so many people to empower themselves and give them the best chance a good, long life.
    Wishing great health and happiness to all!

    • Hi Kevin,

      Thanks heaps for the comments. Yes it truly is something all men need to be aware of. Most guys just avoid the topic of prostate or prostate cancer full stop, but yes they need to be aware of the signs and symptoms of their entire body in my opinion. Much happens over 40 to 50. I hope this will be a go to resource for all men and hopefully helps them out. Thanks again for your comments,


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