Prostate Cancer – Why we get it and what to do about it Book

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There are around 2.8 million men in the USA currently living with prostate cancer. There are in the region of 230,000 new diagnoses every year.  One in every six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, a rate that is 30% higher than women with breast cancer.  ‘Prostate Cancer – Why we get it and what to do about it’ is an up-to-date review of the disease, a comprehensive view of treatments, both conventional and “alternative”, and the personal story how one man decided that the treatment itself that was offered by his urologist, presented more risks than he was prepared to take. That man, the author and a 16 year survivor without any conventional treatments, concluded that his long-term survival demanded that he get an education in all aspects of the disease and put into practice what he learned. 

CHAPTERS:

 Chapter One: MY STORY. The personal story of the life, diagnosis and resolution of disease by the author Peter Starr.

 Chapter Two: The anatomy and the disease of the prostate. The statistics of radical treatment. What are your chances for survival? Quotes from doctors.

Chapter Three: The stages and options of diagnosis

  1. symptoms
  2. The PSA test
  3. The digital rectal exam
  4. The biopsy
  5. The Gleason score
  6. The PCA3 and other urine tests
  7. The 4K score
  8. The Oncoblot test.
  9. 3D color Doppler ultrasound vs. MRI
  10. Early diagnosis by thermography

Chapter Four: The options for conventional treatments and their problems:

  1. Surgery both radical and DaVinci robotic
  2. Radiation, brachytherapy, proton beam etc.
  3. Use of drugs to control testosterone – the controversy between estrogen and testosterone.
  4. Cryosurgery
  5. Chemotherapy and options for metastatic cancer.
  6. Newer not so conventional treatments: Photodynamic Therapy, HiFu, Hyperthermia

Chapter Five: The holistic approaches and their advantages

Chapter Six: The road to restoring prostate health. Finding out what your body is deficient in and the value of a functional blood analysis

  1. Amino acids
  2. Vitamin d3
  3. Zinc
  4. Iodine
  5. Selenium
  6. Boron
  7. Sulphur

Chapter Seven: Finding out what your body is toxic with and detoxing those items.

  1. Lead, nickel, mercury and cadmium
  2. Calcification
  3. Chapter Eight: Examining and balancing your hormones,
  4. Saliva testing vs blood testing.
  5. What to test, what to look for
  6. Repairing the damage
  7. herbal remedies for rebuilding testosterone vs subcutaneous testosterone etc.

Chapter Nine: The question of Emotional Traumas

  1. Stress
  2. Things from our childhood and pre-birth
  3. Bad relationships, marriages, toxic friendships.
  4. Recall Healing
  5. German New Medicine
  6. Psych-K
  7. EMDR

Chapter Ten: So, what do I do? Diet, lifestyle decisions. The power of sleep, getting stress out of your life, finding a dentist. Monitoring your progress. The importance of good water.

Chapter Eleven: Food Elements or supplements essential for a healthy prostate.

Chapter Twelve: Treatments that are out there on the horizon but not yet approved, and some that your doctor will not tell you about such as Budwig Protocol, silver, sodium bicarbonate et.al. The Endocannabinoid system and the future of medicinal marijuana. Ketogenic diet. The findings of William Donald Kelley D.D.S.

Epilogue

Glossary

 

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6 reviews for Prostate Cancer – Why we get it and what to do about it Book

  1. Jonathan V. Wright, M.D. (verified owner)

    Peter Starr demonstrates that eliminating prostate cancer by entirely natural means is indeed possible. It’s very unlikely you’ll hear, read, or see what this book tells us from the “medical mainstream”. Please consider reading this book before making any final decisions.

  2. Gaston Cornu-Labat, M.D. (verified owner)

    As a physician I can’t think of more than a few who would be a better guide for those seeking answers in their journeys to healing with prostate cancer.

  3. Bradford S. Weeks, M.D. (verified owner)

    In former times, the true healers were not credentialed students but quite simply, survivors of an illness. They were called wounded healers. Peter Starr is one such wounded healer. He understands that the human body is the miracle worker. What he shares with you is gilded by his success in overcoming his own cancer.

  4. Frankie Boyer, The Frankie Boyer Radio Show (verified owner)

    How fortunate we are that Peter Starr has created a blueprint in his new book to help men navigate those tough decisions. It is filled with insights, and information you will not find elsewhere.

  5. Ronald Green (Patient) Los Angeles, CA (verified owner)

    Wow, the information you have captured and presented with the personal interviews is exactly what I was looking for. You have created the perfect place for me and anyone else diagnosed with prostate cancer to start their personal journey back to a healthy life.

  6. Frank Cousineau, President, Cancer Control Society (verified owner)

    Peter’s determination to take control and responsibility for his situation, not only resulted in selecting successful cancer protocols, it encouraged him to interview physicians who had achieved success treating prostate cancer. Not content with selecting a plan to treat his own cancer, he developed tools so he could help other men accomplish the same success he experienced.

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