A new study reveals that prostate cancer patients who undergo surgery have the same survival rate as those who have no treatment.

The Best Prostate Cancer Treatment

In All Health Watch, Cancer, Featured Article, Men's Health, Prostate Cancer by INH Research5 Comments

For decades, men had to make a terrible choice after being told they had prostate cancer.

They could have surgery to remove their prostate. This often had devastating side effects. Many men were rendered impotent, incontinent, or both.

They could have radiation treatment. This is less invasive. But the side effects could be just as bad as surgery.

Or they could skip the surgery and radiation…and hope the cancer would not spread—and eventually kill them.

A major new study may finally reveal the best option. It was published in the New England Journal of Medicine last month.

Researchers followed 1,643 prostate cancer patients in Britain for 10 years. All the subjects had localized cancer. This means it hadn’t spread outside the prostate. The men were assigned at random to one of three groups.


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One group had surgery. Another had radiation. The third had no treatment, but were monitored by their doctors.1

The death rates in all three groups were identical: 1%. In other words, having no treatment is just as effective as those that have terrible, life-altering side effects.

“That is a really striking finding. All three groups have almost 100% surviving,” said Dr. Mark Litwin. He is chair of urology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Dr. Litwin was not involved in the research.

The study “should give all men pause before pursuing radical treatment for low- or intermediate-risk tumors,” he said.

One argument cited by doctors who promote prostate cancer surgery is that skipping it turns men into nervous wrecks. The stress of knowing cancer is inside of them and perhaps growing can destroy quality of life, they say.

But another new study debunks that myth. Researchers followed 89 men with low-grade prostate cancer who were practicing “watchful waiting.” They had decided to skip surgery. Instead, their doctors monitored their cancer. This is also called “active surveillance.”

For three years, scientists followed stress levels of the prostate cancer patients and compared them to healthy men. There was no difference.2

Dr. Christopher Porter led the study. “Men selecting active surveillance do not experience a substantial psychological burden or problems due to untreated disease,” he said.

The bottom line? Surgery should no longer be the default treatment for prostate cancer, as it has been for decades. It’s not a one-size-fits-all solution. Younger men with an aggressive form of prostate cancer are generally better candidates for surgery than men in their 70s with slow-growing tumors.

If you’re an older man, the chances are slim localized prostate cancer will harm you. And skipping surgery won’t turn you into a nervous wreck.

There’s something else you should know if you’re concerned about your prostate health…

Discover a cheap, quick, and painless treatment that could practically eliminate the threat of prostate disease without drugs, surgery, or radiation.

Watch the short video here now.

In Good Health,

Angela Salerno
Executive Director, INH Health Watch

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References:
1https://www.statnews.com/2016/09/14/early-prostate-cancer-treatment/
2https://consumer.healthday.com/cancer-information-5/mis-cancer-news-102/choosing-active-surveillance-doesn-t-impact-quality-of-life-for-men-with-low-risk-prostate-cancer-713217.html

Comments

  1. Please send me the current news letter with the ketogenic diet etc.

    1. Author

      Hello, Daniel. You can access the latest issue of Independent Healing in the Members Area after logging in. Please let me know if you have any questions.

  2. Dear Ms. Salerno:

    Just a comment on the video I watched and the 4 books/articles offered as “free”.
    I currently have Stage One prostate cancer and in a “surveillance mode” at this time.
    So, articles addressing cancer, treatment, etc are of great interest to me which the video
    addressed quiet well. However, it is rather perturbing as you sit through it and then in the end
    “free” is buried in a “cost” action requiring me to join for $79 Cancer Decoded. Frankly, the books/articles truly interested me but really they are not free. I understand your institution can’t run without funds so hence the membership is the “cost” of “free”. I would rather buy the book/article at the price quoted than pay a membership fee. I suggest upfront in the video start you address that “if you join XXXXXXX, then we will give you XXXXXXX”. Your current “sell” is misleading & borders on “less than honest”. It is not free if I must take a monetary action to acquire it.

    1. Thank you for your interest, Calvin.
      We apologize for the confusion and a customer service representative will be reaching out to you.

      Kind regards,
      INH Research

  3. But sadly, this approach will NOT be effective if you have AGGRESSIVE prostate cancer, which will KILL you in a couple of years if left untreated. Sadly, I only see the horrible medieval conventional medical treatments with the above used in tandem…….Very disheartening….

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