Had my biopsy in Dec. 2015. All cores were 100% Had surgical radical prostate removal, in early January. Pathology was Ductal Cribriform[only 0.4% of all prostate cancers], with a Gleason 4+5=9. 60 days post surgery my pre-surgery PSA of 20.2 was 7.40. This meant surgery failed, I was not a candidate for radiation, and at the age of 72 chemo was not a recommended course. As it was obvious my cancer had metastasized, but did not get to any nodes. My Radiation Oncologist wished me luck and my Urologist looked at me, as he saw a dead man walking. So we went to war! We did Androgen Deprivation, with a Lupron implant, Casodex, and Proscar. And I added my own supplemental program, as I am educated in Diet and Nutrition. Some items are currently in clinical trials, some once were, and others thought to be helpful. On top of this I instituted the Sodium Bicarbonate protocol for raising the PH of the blood[you can look up procedure on the internet]. The net result as of June 30th was my PSA went to 0.03, determined to be undetectable. Since we used a Kitchen Sink protocol, we do not know what supplements, drugs or bicarbonate, contributed to this reduction of PSA. Since we took PSA's every 30 days we graphed reductions of between 65-78% for each 30 day segment. So whatever was working, worked uniformly. The drop of PSA followed a straight line graph. I am scheduled for my next PSA on July 28th, hoping that my PSA remains undetectable at 0.03 or goes even lower to 0.00-0.0. Included in my program was deep breathing exercises and plenty of sunshine as Vitamin D3 is in Clinical phase 2 trial testing at MD Anderson today. Cancer cells hate oxygen and substances that attacks free radicals, such as Glutathione, and R-Alpha Lipoic Acid. Oxygen comes from the Bicarbonate, can come from food grade Hydrogen Peroxide, DMSO, Ozone, and bariatric oxygen chambers. And prostate cancer cells do not like their PH raised. When the body PH get near 8 the cancer cells tend to die. So that is a summary to date, and one last thing lots of Prayer and asking God for Wisdom and Guidance plays a major role.
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