Four data points from the publication at cancerdecoded.com, a publication worthy of considering a subscription. (I've been reading INH for a number of years and find MUCH of what they have to say to be thought-provoking and actionable.) This approach is aiding the immune system as well as attacking the diagnosis.
American men get 23 times more prostate cancer than men in India. About 12% of American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. In India, only 0.5% will.
And what makes the numbers even more astonishing is that India spends very little on health care compared to the U.S. The average American pays 35 times more for medical care than the average Indian.3 Yet, India is winning the war on cancer and America is losing it.
It’s also important that you take the right form. Curcumin by itself is not easily absorbed by the body. Fat increases bioavailability. One supplement has been shown to increase blood levels of curcumin more than others. It’s called BCM-95. It has extra essential oils that aid absorption. BCM-95 is widely available from many supplement makers...another way to increase the cancer-fighting effects of curcumin... is by adding the herb boswellia (frankincense).
Examples are given about people with highly-advanced cancers (including prostate) who have benefited greatly from its use - as a stand-alone or in conjunction with the traditional "treatments" many (most) diagnosees are currently undergoing.