We already knew that breast cancer treatment is failing. We have lots of data showing mammograms do more harm than good and radiation is not helpful for most breast cancer patients and axillary lymph node dissection does more harm than good. Now men are learning that the nonsense of removing your prostate and radiating it and using all the drugs they are given, all of which destroys any quality of life, and is not making a big difference over doing nothing.
Now we have an official report that prostate cancer treatment based on PSA is a total waste of time. The urologists will be very upset to lose their lucrative racket. No man likes to live with the fact that he has prostate cancer so it is easy to talk them into all kinds of useless and dangerous treatments, no matter how devastating the side effects of surgery are.
Amazingly no one ever mentions how easy it is to bring PSA into safe ranges and keep it there for life with the FIGHT program, as documented by Dr Kobayashi in his ten year World without Cancer study! That approach makes no money for specialists and is just too simple for our radiation oncologists and surgeons to recommend. The simple ideas that by exercising, and lowering stress, stop smoking, simplify diet, get more sleep, use some natural products to boost immune function will provide a far better outcome than surgery radiation and chemo just does not have widespread appeal.
All we need to do is get on prostate support herbs like Saw Palmetto, PYGEUM, etc. and, if really motivated to get healthy, take my Power Drink and Beyond Chelation-Improved and use some Far Infra Red Sauna treatments to help get toxins out. There is no future in that for our big prostate cancer industry; they will continue to lie and pretend that the cancer is just in the prostate area.
The Johnson and Johnson cancer blood test continues to find those prostate cancer cells in the peripheral blood. In one study, in 2/3 of the patients who had been told that their cancer was only in the prostate so removing it would eliminate their cancer for once and always, that was not true. As we know cancer is a systemic disease and needs systemic treatment, as Kobayashi proved in Tokyo.
Cancer screening tests are very useful if we keep the patients out of the hands of the surgeons, oncologists, and radiologists. Abnormal tests go back to healthy ranges and stay there if the patient is on an adequate health promoting program. The PSA test, properly used, rewards patients for taking better care of themselves, but with the tendency of patients to not accept the fact that by age 60 sixty percent of men have prostate cancer that will not kill them, they are suckers for doing something , particularly since insurance pays for it. Doctors do little to warn them about how inconvenient incontinence and impotence are for the rest of their life. They need to know that aggressive treatment is not extending their life, so why not focus on getting healthy and doing the exercise and life style changes that do work every time and do help keep PSA levels in healthy ranges.
Prostate treatments are shown to have problems but most patients will not be told about the lack of proven benefit from aggressive treatment but you need to let them know that this committee found PSA testing is useless, as currently used by mainstream medicine. The interventions they recommend can lead to infections, impotence and incontinence so critics say the risks of testing often outweigh the benefits.
My detox based FIGHT program has no downside and is relevant to all age-related chronic diseases. We can bring most cancer screening tests into safer, healthier ranges using my FIGHT program, which is based on ten years of work by Dr Kobayashi where none of the 10,000 subjects died of cancer. His paper is called World without Cancer and is on my website www.gordonresearch.com.
Garry F. Gordon MD,DO,MD(H)
President, Gordon Research Institute
The Wall Street Journal
•OCTOBER 7, 2011
Panel Faults Widely Used Prostate-Cancer Test
BY JENNIFER CORBETT DOOREN AND THOMAS M. BURTON
A key federal advisory panel is poised to recommend that healthy men shouldn’t be screened with a widely used blood test for prostate cancer, indicating that the test offers more harm than benefit.