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Latest Prostate Cancer Treatments & Shared Decision Making

Video of three world famous doctors and me, talking about the latest prostate cancer treatments and shared decision making. vimeo.com/220740406#t=22s

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Thank you for posting this. I've shared it with my family. My father is newly diagnosed advanced cancer w bone mets. This has covered a lot of information we have not been able to ask of anyone yet

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I had my prostate removed and developed a rising PSA a year after surgery.

I went on a Plant-Based Diet eliminating all dairy and meat and...

I am a chemist and decided to research what drugs I should take and I took the following drugs and still take them everyday...

4-Methylumbelliferone (4-MU or Cantabiline) 400 mg q.d. (3x day). Blocks PCa metastasis by abrogating HA signaling and hyaluronic acid synthesis. In recently released Paper Clip documents from WWII 4-MU was tested on concentration camp prisoners and reversed metastatic prostate cancer to the bone in 100% of the concentration camp. These amazing studies only became public recently with the release of the Paper Clip documents. Operation Paper Clip was the United States name for our bringing thousands of Nazi scientists to America which remained highly classified until just recently. 4-MU does NOT lower PSA but it does block metastases to the bone and seems to also be able to reverse bone metastases as well. This drug is available without a prescription throughout Europe and cost about $4 for a month's supple.

Isosilybin B 48 mg b.i.d. (2x day) Blocks androgen receptors through a different mechanism than drugs like Casodex (Bicalutamide) and unlike Casodex does NOT stop working after extended use. Anti-tumor action in bladder and prostate cancer cells. You can buy Life's Extension's European Milk Thistle which contains this drug.

Today, many years later, I have NO signs of bone metastasis and my PSA is < .001 for many years now.

Good Luck!

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was just going through your postings on 4MU. I have mets on 6 places on my bones and exhausted all hormone therapy. In this situation am ready to try anything. Could you tell me if 4MU has any serious side effects.

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That was great Darryl, inspired a lot of Hope. You did great in your speach. Certainly world class Doctors in Dan Petrylak and Phil Kantoff, I did not realize Kantoff was no at MSKCC.

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I have just shared this with my husband. Great, thank you.

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Excellent video and discussion. I am sharing it with my wife, and hope I can convince my oncologist to watch it. He does not think genetic testing has anything to offer. *sigh* I am working on finding a new oncologist.

Thanks, Darryl

~Marshall

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We did genetic testing and had no "hits" for most common factors. But that itself was helpful Now my sons (and daughter) know what is not likely. As other factors are identified they may this helpful

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Darryl, Thank you. It was nice to see my doctor on the panel.

Rich

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Very uplifting, thank you

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Hey Chuck,

The link you provide goes to an 'aw snap' page. It has a couple extra addons at the end.

Joe

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I see that Chuck included a "," in his url. I deleted the comma...the link should work now.

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Hi Darryl, I do not see the comma in my post, but have now posted direct access to my website theprostateadvocate.com

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Hi maack1

Thanks for the website you highlighted. Will be checking on it. Much appreciated

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Thank you so much for sharing this video Darryl. There is hope for all of us. Here's to a cure for the future.

Nick

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Excellent post! Keep up the good work you do and thank you.

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I had my prostate removed and developed a rising PSA a year after surgery.

I went on a Plant-Based Diet eliminating all dairy and meat and...

I am a chemist and decided to research what drugs I should take and I took the following drugs and still take them everyday...

4-Methylumbelliferone (4-MU or Cantabiline) 400 mg q.d. (3x day). Blocks PCa metastasis by abrogating HA signaling and hyaluronic acid synthesis. In recently released Paper Clip documents from WWII 4-MU was tested on concentration camp prisoners and reversed metastatic prostate cancer to the bone in 100% of the concentration camp. These amazing studies only became public recently with the release of the Paper Clip documents. Operation Paper Clip was the United States name for our bringing thousands of Nazi scientists to America which remained highly classified until just recently. 4-MU does NOT lower PSA but it does block metastases to the bone and seems to also be able to reverse bone metastases as well. This drug is available without a prescription throughout Europe and cost about $4 for a month's supple.

Isosilybin B 48 mg b.i.d. (2x day) Blocks androgen receptors through a different mechanism than drugs like Casodex (Bicalutamide) and unlike Casodex does NOT stop working after extended use. Anti-tumor action in bladder and prostate cancer cells. You can buy Life's Extension's European Milk Thistle which contains this drug.

As I said, I was in your same situation and today I have NO signs of bone meta-sises and my PSA is < .001 for many years now.

Good Luck!

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A very interesting post. Do you have any other references on the usage of the mentioned products? What is the commercial name of "4-Methylumbelliferone (4-MU or Cantabiline)"? Cantabiline?

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Where exactly can u get 4 mu?

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Those meds sound good I have been using firmagon and rso cannibis oil what ever is woring has reduced my prostrate to normal and cleared a lot of bone mets I have ordered them from france hope everything keeps going the way it is f u john

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Thanks for the info.

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thanks Darryl ...that was very interesting.

~John

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Keep spreading the word . Ty

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I don’t hear anyone talking about cannabis as a treatment. Have I just missed it or just not worth trying?

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Search for cannabis will show you lots of posts.

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Thanks

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