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Managing Bone Metastases in Prostate Cancer
Drs Philippa Cheetham and Glen Gejerman remark on the use of bone-targeted radiopharmaceuticals in relieving side effects of bone metastases in prostate cancer. View more at http://curetoday.com/ CURE: Combining science and humanity to make cancer understandable.
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Bone Targeted Agents in Metastatic Prostate Cancer: Denosumab, Bisphosphonates and Radium-223
Dr. Noel W. Clarke presented “Bone Targeted Agents in Metastatic Prostate Cancer: Denosumab, Bisphosphonates and Radium-223” at the 6th Symposium on the Treatment of Prostate Cancer (STOP-6), which was held in Lisbon, Portugal between October 14th and 16th 2016. STOP-6 was accredited for CME by the European Accreditation Council for CME (UEMS-EACCME). The meeting was organized by Bioscript and the Scientific Committee, composed of Professors Laurence Klotz (Chair), Noel Clarke, Karim Fizazi and Bertrand Tombal. Funding to support this educational activity was provided by FERRING Pharmaceuticals. FERRING did not influence meeting content and the views expressed during the meeting represent only those of the faculty.
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New prostate cancer treatment-3D Prostate Targeted Treatment- Natural- Effective-no side effect
Hello my name is John. And I’m a skilled therapist from England. I’m 62 years old. So I’ve been asked to give a testimonial today to Prostate 3D clinic. I’m very happy to do so. As with everybody we all have challenges in life and one of the challenges of my family has been the recurrence of prostate cancer. I should say I’m also a teacher also. So I’m accustomed to public speaking. So in regards to the prostate cancer, yes I was devastated in 2005, 3 weeks after my wedding, to discover that my father Al had prostate cancer at advanced level. With regard to that it’s already gone into his bones, what you call methasthesis and so they started him on the traditional western course of hormone injections, radiotherapy, this is usually followed by the experimental drugs. Unfortunately it was too late for my father and he died 3 weeks after my wedding 2005. And it seems that wasn’t bad enough, just 2 years later my older brother David contracted the same form of prostate cancer. Obviously they ran the genetic tests but nothing was proven that it was genetic. But anyway, David unfortunately with him at that stage it spread from his prostate going into his bones. And so we had the sad western type treatment which is the hormone injections, radiotherapy and his case what they call Pop drugs. With regards to Dr. Song, so here I was really just a few months to go and we got down to the wire really, the doctors are pressing very hard in England. Their oncology center, I come from Middleton England, their pressing me very hard to go and have a hormone injections and radiotherapy and making my program which will mean 6 months of hormone treatments and then followed by 6 week period of radiation. I had looked that up and received the medication from them but no side effects which may I say are permanent, the side effects. And at least in 10% of the people that involve things like problems with the heart, liver, other organs of the body. As we are taking the testosterone out of the body, that’s what we may use to give us strength, stamina, and cohesion in my view. And so I was also going to be having the 6 weeks of radiation in my body. But to be frank with you I came to the conclusion that the drugs and the therapy were worse than the prostate cancer’s going to be, especially as I saw my father and brother die in prostate cancer using these protocols. So finally it’s John here signing off and saying thank you very much and I’m very happy to do this testimonial for Dr. Song. I wish him and the staff all the best and my advise to you is just carefully evaluate it, look at the website, and ask all the questions you need to ask, get the answers and if you think this is for you then go for it. Let’s face it. What else have you got? Choices have you got? You have to carefully evaluate these things and come to your own conclusions. So thanks very much for allowing me to speak to you. it’s John just signing off here from Changsha in China 3D prostatitis and Prostate Clinic Miss Alisa Wang English Assistant to Dr. Song Tel:86-186-7321-6429 WhatsApp:+ 86 -186-73216429 Email: prostatecure3d@gmail.com Website: https://www.prostatecancer.vip/cancer.html The Xiangtan 3D Urology and Prostate Clinics Address - Jin Xiangtan Square Office Building, Suite 801, Shao Shan Middle Rd., Xiangtan, Hunan, China.
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Dr. Adam Kibel on Treating Bone Metastases in Prostate Cancer
Kibel cited both the STAMPEDE and CHAARTED trials, which showed the efficacy of docetaxel plus androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) in metastatic prostate cancer. The combination significantly improved overall survival (OS), which Kibel says is proof enough to implement docetaxel in patients with bone metastatic cancer. For more resources and information regarding anticancer targeted therapies: http://targetedonc.com/
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Bone Metastases
Dr. Snuffy Myers talks about bone metastatic prostate cancer, as discussed in the November 2015 issue of Prostatepedia (www.prostatepedia.net)
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Androgen deprivation therapy
https://www.andrologyaustralia.org/reproductive-problems/testosterone/ Androgen deprivation therapy is a treatment for advanced prostate cancer. If the prostate cancer is aggressive and has spread to other parts of the body, the standard treatment is removal of the male hormones which make the tumour grow. This treatment is called androgen deprivation therapy (ADT). ADT doesn't cure the cancer but it may help to keep the unwanted effects of the disease 'in check' for a period of time. The timing of starting ADT is a matter for judgement. Because of the significance of the side effects of ADT, many of which increase over time, and since there is little survival benefit from starting early rather than later, the issue is often balancing the risks of side-effects against the unwanted effects of the disease. What is androgen deprivation therapy (ADT), formerly called hormone therapy? The growth of normal prostate cells and prostate cancer cells relies on male hormones (androgens), the most important of which is testosterone. ADT acts by either stopping testosterone production or by blocking the action of testosterone, and its active form dihydrotestosterone (DHT), on the cells and tissues. What are the side-effects of ADT? Most men having ADT will have reduced libido (a lack of interest in sexual activity) and some trouble with getting or keeping erections. Other common side-effects include: - hot flushes -tiredness and sweating - gradual decrease in body hair - reduced bone substance and muscle strength, which worsen over time - cognitive changes such as changes in how well the memory works and difficulty with doing more than one thing at a time - liver function may be affected if taking tablet forms of ADT - some men gain weight and have some breast development and/or nipple soreness. More info here: https://www.andrologyaustralia.org/reproductive-problems/testosterone/
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Bone Metastases : Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatments
Bone Metastases : Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatments Metastatic bone pain is a significant cause of morbidity in patients with advanced cancer and greatly reduces quality of life. Standard palliative treatments such as opioids may not provide effective relief of metastatic bone pain, particularly acute breakthrough pain, without unacceptable side effects at the high doses required. A mouse model of metastatic bone pain has been developed in which tumor cells are injected directly into the marrow space of mice femora. As the tumor cells proliferate, mice display reproducible behaviors associated with pain, such as flinching or guarding the affected limb, that increase as bone destruction progresses. The model also enables measurement of other endpoints, including tumor growth and migration, and monitoring of relevant cell types such as osteoclasts, macrophages, and neurons. Other video in human physiology : Human Eye Anatomy : Optic Nerve, Iris, Cornea, Pupil and Lens http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIduqFklkBw Human Eye Anatomy : Structure and Function of the Eyes http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWMGz_PCOSg Skeletal Muscle : The Anatomy of Six Pack or Rectus Abdominis Muscle (Abs) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SucoapY53i8 Effects of Smoking: how smoking affects you? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUyRmR_lAok The Muscles of Facial Expression : Orbital Group, Nasal Group, Oral Group http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsE97JUZZ08 The Muscles of Facial Expression : Orbital Group, Nasal Group, Oral Group Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSPPBsDZmb0 Play Safe, The Right Way to Use A Condom http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udO_77G9ReE Anatomy, Function and Clinical Notes Adductor Muscles of The Hip Thigh http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJhKdd6J83Q Anatomy and Function of Sciatic Nerve Posterior Compartment Thigh Muscles http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypxfBGfdOkc Sperm retrieval procedures and intracytoplasmatic spermatozoa injection http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bx_Vm1BwCsI
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New Prostate Cancer Treatment in Germany
Affordable prostate cancer treatment in Germany. Proven safe, gentle and effective treatments available in best German cancer clinic in Frankfurt. Treatment options vary, depending on the stage. In the early stages can be used prostatectomy (removal of prostate) and radiation therapy. If prostate cancer has spread, hormonal manipulation can be done (reduce testosterone levels through the removal of drugs or the testis) or chemotherapy. - http://www.placidway.com/package/3289/Comprehensive-Prostate-Cancer-Treatment-in-Frankfurt-Germany - Contact us directly - It's free! http://www.placidway.com/contact/contact-us.php Email: info@placidway.com Phone: +1.303.500.3821 Website: http://www.placidway.com Medical Tourism Videos: http://www.medicaltourism.video/ Follow us: Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/placidways Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/placidway/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Placidway/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/placidway Transcript: Eric was working in his lab when he started to feel not well. After feeling sick for months, Eric was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer. On the recommendation of his doctor, Eric decides to start a Comprehensive Prostate Cancer Treatment in Frankfurt, Germany. At Prostate Cancer Center. He chose PlacidWay, the leader in medical travel, to travel abroad for his treatment. At Prostate Cancer Center, the prostate cancer treatment package depends on the procedures undergone by each patient. - MRI (endorectal coile, diffusion weighted imaging following a special protocol): about $1,560. - IRE Treatment: about $16,700 to $17,810. - 3D-biopsy (if needed): about $6,680 to $8,905 (depending on the size of the prostate). Benefits. - Has less side effects than almost any other treatment methofs. - Provides successful outcomes - most of the times - and specific data (in terms of diagnosis and staging). - The recovery period is quick. - The complication risk is low. - Minimal scarring. Helpful tags: Cancer Treatment, Prostate Cancer Treatment In Men, Prostate Cancer Causes, Prostate Cancer Treatment Options, Prostate,cancer,treatment,options,hyperthermia, Male Reproductive System Tumor, Benign Prostate Hyperplasia, Chemotherapy, German Cancer Clinic,oncothermia, Oncology In Germany, Best Prostate, Cancer Risk Factors, Medical Tourism, Placidway https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prostate_cancer
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Bone-migrated prostate cancer and Radium-223 therapy
Neal Shore, MD, FACS of the Carolina Urologic Research Center, Myrtle Beach, SC talks about bone-migrated prostate cancer and Radium-223 therapy. Dr Shore explains that the concept of the bone migratory pathway is very contemporary and he further discusses the bone microenvironment and its importance in prostate cancer. He points out that 90% of patients who die with castration-resistant prostate cancer will have bone metastases. In the symposium, they reviewed imaging and the data from the recent ALSYMPCA trial (NCT00699751), which demonstrated the survival advantage of giving Radium-223. Radium-223 is a novel radiopharmaceutical. Dr Shore explains that it is different from the historical beta/gamma particles, which are much smaller. He explains that there is less penetration into the marrow and less myelosuppression. He highlights that Radium-223 prolongs survival first and foremost. Further, the therapy is well-tolerated. When he started using the therapy, it was mostly after chemotherapy and now, 90% of his patients receive it before chemotherapy. Moreover, he highlights the three Ps and their importance in his clinic: prolonged life, preserve function, prevent complications of therapy. Recorded at the 2016 annual meeting of the European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO), held in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Metastasis | symptoms, and treatment of this metastatic cancer disease|
Metastasis | symptoms, and treatment of this metastatic cancer disease| Hi, friends! I am here with this new video which is about #metastasis. Metastasis is the increase of #cancer cells which is very much harmful to human body. This video can help you to know the treatment and symptoms of this #disease. Treatment of metastasis: Metastasis is the increase of cancer cells to new areas of the body. numerous treatment options are available for patients with metastases. These rely on the location of primary cancer, the figure and size of tumors, and the patient's common health. Chemotherapy: Chemotherapy uses medicines which are inserted into a vein or taken by mouth to murder cancer cells. These drugs pierce into the bloodstream & go all over the body. Chemo is treated as the major treatment for many kinds of metastatic cancer. Hormone therapy: Hormone therapy medicines block the actions of definite hormones or reduce how much is made. This therapy is most frequently used to cure breast and prostate cancer, and it can be used when these cancers increase to the bone as well. Targeted therapy: Targeted therapy drugs block specific parts of cancer cells or other cells or proteins that assist cancer cells in growing. These drugs work in a different way from standard chemo drugs. They can be used only or along with other treatments to cure metastases. Immunotherapy: Immunotherapy is a systemic therapy that boosts the body’s immune system or utilizes man-made versions of immune system proteins to murder cancer cells. Immunotherapy may be applied to treat bone metastases. External radiation therapy: Radiation therapy uses high rays or particles to demolish cancer cells or slow their expansion. When cancer has spread to a little number of spots in bones, radiation can be used to assist relieve symptoms such as pain. Ablation techniques: keeping a needle or probe right into a tumor and using warm, cold, or a chemical to destroy it is called ablation. It may be used if only one or two bone tumors are causing troubles. Surgery: Surgery used to cure a bone metastasis is performed to get rid of symptoms and stabilize the bone to remove fractures. Bone metastases can deteriorate bones, leading to fractures that tend to heal very badly. Surgery can be done to keep in cages, plates, screws, rods, pins or other devices to make the bone more stable & help remove fractures. Clinical trials: Clinical trials are cautiously controlled research studies which are done with patients who volunteer for them. If you would like to participate in a clinical trial, you should begin by asking your specialists if your clinic or hospital conducts clinical trials. Biologic Therapies: This target the cancer cells lonely. They assist by cutting off the cancer cells’ blood supply and murder the tumors. These are known anti-angiogenesis agents. Biologic therapy is now used in the merger with many chemotherapy drugs to advance the effectiveness of treatment. Source: https://www.cancer.org http://www.news-medical.net/ My youtube channel is associated with a website. To watch more videos, visit my website: http://goo.gl/2HjGms Social media for disease treatment: Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ranastkmba Twitter: https://twitter.com/ranamgtru Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/rokonmgt09/ Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/104722595836977790069 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you for watching. Like, comment and share this video. If this video will be helpful for you, I request to you, subscribe my channel. Metastasis | symptoms, and treatment of this metastatic cancer disease|
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Prostate Cancer: High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) for Localized Disease
Another option for treating localized prostate cancer is HIFU. Although it has been used for a number of years, the question is how good is it, what are its limitations and how does it compare with the other options. Find out these answers in the accompanying video
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Managing Bone Health on ADT in Prostate Cancer
Androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) is associated with significant bone mineral density loss. A few approaches to promote bone health, that urologists often forget to recommend, include exercise and vitamins. In general, bone mineral loss begins the moment ADT is begun, making prophylactic measures more important.
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Androgen Deprivation Therapy for Prostate Cancer and You
Androgen Deprivation Therapy for Prostate Cancer and You
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New Treatments For Stage 4 Bony Metastases
In this video, Dr. David Margileth discusses the treatment strategy for stage 4 bony metastases. Click Here & Get The 15 Breast Cancer Questions To Ask Your Doctor http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/what-breast-cancer-questions-to-ask/# Breast Cancer Answers is a social media show where viewers submit a question and get the answer from an expert. Submit your question now at, http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ask. This information should not be relied upon as a substitute for personal medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Use the information provided on this site solely at your own risk.  If you have any concerns about your health, please consult with a physician.
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New Drugs for Advanced Prostate Cancer
Dr. Howard Scher talks about new hormone treatments, chemotherapy drugs, and other medications for men with advanced prostate cancer.
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Prostate Cancer Treatment (09): Hormonal Therapy & Clinical Trials
Alta Bates Summit Medical Center, Oakland and Berkeley, CA Prostate Cancer Treatment Options (09): Hormonal Therapy & Clinical Trials Video for Men Recently Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer: The purpose of this video is to guide you through the stages of the disease, describe factors that affect prognosis, and discuss various treatments that may be appropriate for you. We don't endorse or recommend one course of treatment over another, but rather provide this information to help you understand your options before you consult with your doctors about your treatment plan. Please note that viewing this video online works best over a high speed Internet connection. If you'd prefer to receive a DVD copy, please call our office at (510) 869-8833.
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Sieber on CHAARTED for Advanced Prostate Cancer
Paul Sieber, MD, principal investigator for clinical trials with Lancaster Urology, talks about the Chemohormonal Therapy versus Androgen Ablation Randomized Trial for Extensive Disease in Prostate Cancer (CHAARTED).
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News Update: EC Approves Amgen, Inc's Bone Loss Treatment (AMGN)
Amgen, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMGN) said Friday that marketing for its Prolia osteoporosis treatment was approved by the European Commission (EC). The EC's approval of Prolia marks it as the first worldwide approval of the product so far, and the treatment has been approved for distribution to all 27 European Union member states, as well as Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein. "The European approval of Prolia is a significant medical [advancement] for patients with bone loss conditions," said Amgen's senior vice president and international chief medical officer Will Dere. "In particular, we believe that Prolia will offer patients with postmenopausal osteoporosis at increased risk for fracture an important alternative to current treatments. Prolia reduces the risk of fracture through a convenient injection given every six months. Amgen is proud to make this new treatment available to physicians and their patients." Along with benefitting postmenopausal osteoporosis patients, Prolia is also used to treat bone loss from hormone ablation in men with prostate cancer. Shares of Amgen are trading up 0.33% at $51.60 Friday morning.
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Is There A Cure For Metastatic Cancer?
Treatments for metastatic cancer include surgery, chemotherapy, hormone therapy, biologic and radiation therapy this is known as. Metastatic cancer national institute. Metastatic cancer national institute metastatic institute. But not all advanced cancers are metastatic. Despite these treatments, every patient had evidence of metastatic disease, which means that despite the best efforts conventional medicine, their cancers 6 nov 2012 when cancer has metastasized, it may be treated with radiation therapy, surgery, chemotherapy, biological hormonal therapy or a 15 apr 2008 how is treated? If someone breast and spreads to bones, do you continue treat although spread another part body, it's considered as. We're available 24 7 to discuss treatment options(844) 210 6491. And if some patients 5 jul 2017 metastatic breast cancer is the first diagnosis you've ever you're being treated for recurrent or cancer, you 21 dec 2015 how lung treated? The goal of treatment to control growth relieve any symptoms. Chapter 1 a cure for metastatic cancer? The gcmaf bookbeating the odds long term survival with cancer recommended treatments breast. Metastatic cancer national institutecancer. Googleusercontent search. Better prospects for metastatic cancer survival mouse study. Feb 2017 once cancer spreads, it can be hard to control. Learn more about diagnosing metastatic cancer and treatment. Advanced cancer, metastatic and bone metastasis. There are 1 jan 2011 if cure is achieved by ridding the body of any viable cancer, removing or radiating even 98 99 Metastatic cancer national institute. Metastatic lung cancer symptoms, diagnosis & treatments. For example, breast cancer that has what does my doctor mean when he she says metastatic is not curable, but treatable? By curable your means once 2 spreads to the axillary lymph nodes (under arm) this still a relatively early stage of metastasis, and potentially somewhat similar situation, in which solitary recurrence or lesion resected surgically treated with radiotherapy at curative doses, been fact, there reasonable evidence suggest some patients are cured, albeit currently small number. Treating bone metastases managing symptoms of advanced cancer my doctor said there is a small chance metastatic being cured, he didn't give the number, but had one patient who 'complete response', 4 jun 2010 some patients are diagnosed with cancer; Others treated for local that comes back, or recurs, at distant site. Can metastatic cancer be cured? Living on the edge some patients with live long metastasis diagnosing & treating treatment for in bones webmd. Even so, there are treatments for all patients with metastatic cancer. Geng and colleagues then showed that 50 75. A number metastasis is the spread of cancer cells to new areas body. The goal of these treatments is to stop or slow the growth cancer relieve symptoms caused by it also depends on your age, general health, treatment you had before and other factors. Although some types
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Best Prostate Cancer Doctors Boston - Prostate Cancer Treatment And Bone Health
Best Prostate Cancer Doctors Boston - Prostate Cancer Treatment And Bone Health. For alternative option go to https://wp.me/p9xQ8n-55 best prostate cancer doctors boston - exam, enlarged, men's, health, symptoms, free, video, doctor, cancer, prostate, symptoms, prostate cancer symptoms, symptoms of prostate cancer, prostate cancer signs, prostate cancer (disease or medical condition), psa test, prostate cancer screening, prostate cancer research, signs of prostate cancer Best Prostate Cancer Doctors Boston · Buy Cancer Credit Domain Line Lookarticle Prostate cancer treatments vary: From newer techniques like cryotherapy, to surgery, hormone therapy and more Prostate cancer is cancer that occurs in the prostate - a small walnut-shaped gland in men that produces the seminal fluid that nourishes and transports sperm Prostate cancer treatments can cause side effects, such as erectile dysfunction, which is the inability to get and maintain an erection, and incontinence, which is the inability to control urine flow he is also on the front line of the implementation of novel techniques in urologic surgery such as laparoscopy robotic surgery laser treatment of bph and focal ablation of prostate cancer etc.... dr scionti director of boston prostate cancer center at mass bay urology discusses how to perform an mri guided artemis smart targeted prostate biopsy. Tag: Prostate Cancer (Disease Or Medical Condition) #ProstateCancer best prostate cancer specialists, top surgeons in the world for prostate surgery, best prostate cancer hospitals, best prostate oncologis, prostate cancer boston, best prostate cancer treatment centers, mgh prostate cancer, boston prostate cancer support group Reference: https://youtu.be/dK4nXh8mB6I https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLmSMVj8_5y_P1GBM7BJYuY4hoafT4jL- https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLmSMVj8_5y-WjqOhpL-zMM_4Idcn1deF https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prostate_cancer https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boston https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opB5QMJ18CI
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Dr. Darren Bruck Discusses Prostate Cancer & Treatment
One of the most common conditions that we deal with as urologists is prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in America. Because it's so common, we screen for it. By "screen," I mean we're checking men every year to try to find prostate cancer when it's in its earliest stages and when it's curable. There are two screening exams that we perform to screen men for prostate cancer, we do a PSA blood test, and we do a digital rectal exam to actually feel the prostate with our finger. In general for men across the boards, we're screening for prostate cancer starting at age 50 and we recommend screening yearly. If a patient is at an increased risk for prostate cancer, meaning if they have a family history of prostate cancer or if they are of African descent, we recommend to initiate screening at age 40. So the treatments for prostate cancer depend on the stage of the prostate cancer. When we look at prostate cancer we can really break it up into early prostate cancer, or advanced prostate cancer. When we diagnose early prostate cancer our goal is to cure the cancer and there are really two main treatment options that we have in America, one being surgery, the other being radiation, and truth be told surgery and radiation are equally effective at curing early prostate cancer. When we diagnose advanced prostate cancer, and when I say "advanced," I mean metastatic prostate cancer, this is not a cancer that is curable, but it is a cancer that we can control through hormonal treatments and or chemo therapy. It's important to note that less than 15% of men with prostate cancer die of prostate cancer. So the vast majority of men are either being cured of their prostate cancer or living with their cancer for many years before they pass of another condition Well, the way that we perform prostate cancer surgery today is very different than from say ten or fifteen years ago. Today we're able to perform laparoscopic surgery using the assistance of robotic technology. The vast majority of patients, I'd say over 90% of patients are able to leave the hospital one day after surgery. Patients after prostate cancer surgery will have a catheter in place while the urinary tract is healing- a urinary catheter in place, and this typically stays in for about a week or so. Once that catheter comes out then the real recovery begins and it's usually another week or two until patients are back to themselves. Some men may experience some urinary incontinence after surgery but typically after the first few months of surgery that incontinence improves. I'd say the vast majority of men, within 3 to 4 weeks are back to work, or back to doing most things like they were doing prior to surgery.
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How to Treat Prostate Cancer with Androgen Deprivation Therapy|hormone treatment for prostate cancer
How to Treat Prostate Cancer with Androgen Deprivation Therapy|hormone treatment for prostate cancer works by which action Disclaimer:this video only for educational purpose Androgen Deprivation Therapy—also known as hormone therapy—is a way of lowering certain hormones (“androgens”) in the male body to treat prostate cancer. (Surgical therapy is also an option.) Studies have shown that prostate cancer may shrink or grow at a slower pace when androgen levels are reduced. Thus, many doctors and prostate cancer patients look to androgen deprivation therapy as an important prostate cancer treatment. By learning about it and consulting your physician, you may find that undergoing androgen deprivation therapy is the right treatment for you. 1 Talk to your doctor. After your initial diagnosis of prostate cancer in previously untreated prostate cancer patients, you’ll likely schedule a series of appointments with an oncological specialist. Your doctor will evaluate your condition and circumstances and make a recommendation about potential treatments. A physician will gather detailed medical history and perform a physical exam, if they have not done so already. Your doctor will explain to you your diagnosis, prognosis, and potential treatments. Based on diagnostics, they will likely talk about your “grade” or level of prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is graded on a scale from 1 through 10, with 5 or above indicating tissue that is extremely abnormal and indicative of cancer. This is called a Gleason Score the higher the Gleason Score the more aggressive the cancer is. It is very likely that you’ll have to consult your doctor several times before they commit you to a course of hormone therapy. 2 Submit to diagnostics. Your specialist will recommend diagnostics that will confirm your initial diagnosis and gather more information about your condition. These diagnostics are critical in helping your physician arrive at an informed idea about future treatment. A physician will run a prostate-specific antigen blood test. They may do this several times. Your specialist will conduct a transrectal ultrasound. If earlier diagnostics indicate prostate cancer, they will likely conduct a prostate biopsy. There are a variety of other diagnostics that may be used to see if prostate cancer has spread beyond the prostate. These include a bone scan, a CT scan, MRI, or lymph node biopsy.[2] Late prostate cancer frequently metastasizes to the lumbar spine with back pain. 3 Decide on treatment. After you’ve spoken to your doctor and submitted to diagnostics, you and your doctor will be able to decide on a specific type of hormone therapy treatment. It is important to heed the advice of your physician, as they have substantial experience. If you feel ill-advised, you should get a second opinion. Depending on your situation, your doctor will suggest a specific course of hormone treatment. However, they may offer you different options. Take time to think about the pros and cons of each option. Talk to your family about the different options your doctor has suggested. They may be able to offer you support or they may have some insight you overlooked. In addition, the option you pick might impact your family in the future SUBSCRIBE TO MORE VIDEOS WATCH MORE USEFUL VIDEOS : 1.How to Use Meditation to Treat PTSD|ptsd and schizophrenia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uK9bfEo6Wk ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 2.How to Use a Mala|beads with meaning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmH799CS1yE ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3.how does meditation help depression |guided meditation depression https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKhvdXnTawU ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 4.how to stop thinking about someone|things to do when depressed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hc8UpgrBK3g ……………………………………………………………………………………………….. 5.time dilation theory |how to make time pass faster at work https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YeEetijsf8 ………………………………************…………………………………………… 6.How to Practice Mindfulness of Death Meditation|buddhist death rituals 49 days https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBeZN1utJcY …………………………………………………………………………………………………. 7.How to Practice Compassion Meditation|simple meditation techniques https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-Mu7bt3T8A ………………………………………………………………………………………………. 8.How to Sleep in Zen Relaxation|zen sleep music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzgLrgUAQ-U ………………………………………………………………………………………………… 9.How to Increase Your Capacity to Channel Reiki Energy|reiki share https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9KnNS8sPQ5c …………………………………………………………………………………… 10.focused attention meditation |meditation process for beginners https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPryrzBRy0o ……………………***********……………………………………………… FOLLOW ME SOCIAL PROFILES: YouTube: https://goo.gl/yEbKyd Google+: https://goo.gl/T1fvmo FaceBook: https://goo.gl/nXwenV Twitter: https://goo.gl/yMmnDl
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New prostate cancer biomarkers can improve precision therapy
According to Researchers at the Mayo Clinic improvements are on the horizon in the treatment of prostate cancer that could improve future therapy. On Monday Nature Medicine published a study that reviewed the role of mutations in the SPOP gene. The SPOP gene has the most common genetic mutations found in primary prostate cancer which makes it highly resistant to certain drugs. During the study scientist discovered that the mutations aide in the development of BET-inhibitors resistance. BET -- bromodomain and extra-terminal domain -- inhibitors are a class of drugs that prevent the action of BET proteins that cause the abnormal growth of cancer cells. https://www.upi.com/Health_News/2017/08/15/New-prostate-cancer-biomarkers-can-improve-precision-therapy/3131502799407/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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PROMOTE - Prostate Cancer Medically Optimized Genome Enhanced Therapy Study
The Prostate Cancer Medically Optimized Genome Enhanced Therapy Study (PROMOTE) aims to individualize treatments for men with castration-resistant prostate cancer. DNA and tumor sequencing information of hundreds of men with advanced prostate cancer will be analyzed to help physicians and patients better understand which medication is right for them.
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Localised Prostate Cancer: Know your disease
If you have been diagnosed with localised prostate cancer it is likely that you are feeling a bit confused; there is a lot of information to absorb. It is very important that you take the time to understand your diagnosis as it will affect decisions you will need to make regarding your treatment. This presentation will explain grade and stage.
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How to Treat Prostate Cancer|prostate cancer natural treatment options
How to Treat Prostate Cancer|prostate cancer natural treatment options If you or a loved one has recently been diagnosed with prostate cancer, you’re likely overwhelmed by all the different treatment options available. In order to choose the best treatment option, work with multiple doctors to fully understand the potential benefits and drawbacks of each option with attention to your specific diagnosis. While surgery and radiation therapy are the most common treatments used to treat prostate cancer, you may find that a blend of multiple treatment options work best for you.[1] In some cases, depending on your age and overall health and the type and stage of your cancer, you and your doctor may decide that the best course of action is simply to monitor the cancer without active treatment. 1 Familiarize yourself with hormone therapy options. Hormone therapy prevents cancer cells from getting the hormones, namely testosterone, that they need to grow. Cutting off or reducing the supply of these hormones can help kill or reduce the growth of cancer. There are several different types of hormone therapy.[7] Consider an orchiectomy. The surgical removal of your testicles is an immediate way to reduce the amount of testosterone in your body. With the guidance of a specialist, choose between medications that stop your body from producing testosterone (luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone agonists) and those that block testosterone from reaching the cancer cells (anti-androgens). Consider hormone therapy as an especially viable option to fight advanced prostate cancer. In some cases, your doctor may recommend using hormone therapy before radiation therapy to make radiation more successful. This type of treatment strategy is called neoadjuvant therapy. 2 Consider cryotherapy. Otherwise known as cryosurgery, this treatment option involves the insertion of probes into the prostate. Argon gas or liquid nitrogen are then used to freeze the prostate and kill any tumor cells therein.[8] Talk to your doctor about the potential risks of cryotherapy. The likelihood of erectile dysfunction and urinary complications are relatively high, and this treatment method has less certain long-term outcomes. Consider cryotherapy as a secondary option, particularly following unsuccessful radiation therapy. Those with early-stage cancer and well-confined tumors are more likely to benefit from this method of treatment 3 Use a focused ultrasound to kill cancer cells. This treatment option focuses high-intensity sound waves on cancer cells to burn them to death. It requires a probe to be inserted into the rectum, from which a powerful ultrasound targets the prostate cancer.[9] Though slow to take on elsewhere, this treatment option has demonstrated success in treating European patients. Consider this a secondary treatment option, as potential side effects include erectile dysfunction and urinary complications, and this method is much less practiced then radiation therapy and other options. SUBSCRIBE TO MORE VIDEOS
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JimJimJimJim - Advanced prostate cancer
Browse this page to help you understand advanced prostate cancer - your disease, your treatments, and the journey of others. Easiest website name in the world - JimJimJimJim.com. So easy to find our Forums. So easy to find this YouTube channel. So easy to share by email, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter ... whatever! Our Forums let you read and discuss the the latest information about the disease, the treatments, and the journey of others. On the front page of JimJimJimJim.com, the blue ribbon takes you to the Forums, where members of the Australian Advanced Prostate Cancer Support Group have posted more than 2,000 articles, stories and comments. On the front page of JimJimJimJim.com, the YouTube symbol takes you to this YouTube channel. On the front page of JimJimJimJim.com, the Red button lets you become a member of the group. You get emails of each new topic, and the opportunity to join in a monthly phone-in meeting (sometimes with an expert speaker). Welcome to JimJimJimJim! If you, or someone you care for has prostate cancer - you've come to the right place. The little people were designed by Freepik: http://www.freepik.com/free-vector/nice-avatars-business-people_945834.htm
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Prostate Cancer Drug Side Effects
Dr. Snuffy Myers talks about prostate cancer drug side effects. Further discussions with Drs. Maha Hussain, E. David Crawford, Oliver Sartor and Mark Stein appear in March Prostatepedia (http://www.prostatepedia.net/pages/subscribe)
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Prostate Cancer: Staging with MRI and Ultrasound
Both these tests are recommended in certain circumstances to stage prostate cancer. Find out how reliable they are and whether you should have either of them before choosing a treatment.
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Cancer metastases do not kill
Cancer metastases do not kill What is the cause of death in cancer? This great mystery still evades medicine. They claim that the tumor kills you which is wrong. True, tumor is the most prominent cancer manifestation, yet it kills only in rare instances. A woman diagnosed with breast cancer has a 45% probability carrying an incurable chronic disease 1. Once tumor recurs, breast cancer becomes chronic. 2. Most women carry their tumor for decades. 3. With time they manage cancer better and better. 3a. Hazard rate declines 3b. Dormancy periods elongate. 4. These statistics indicate that the organism controls tumor growth otherwise tumor would grow exponentially 5. Cancer is an interaction between organism and tumor. Cancer is a triad , consisting of: 1. Incurable tumor 2. Incurable para-neoplasia. (Neuro endocrine changes) 3. Incurable cachexia (weight loss and wasting) Nevertheless it is possible to live with this incurable chronic disease, and feel healthy. The The name of the game is dormancy induction. .
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Prostate Cancer Treatment via Focal Therapies
Urologic surgeon Jonathan Coleman discusses novel forms of focal therapy that may benefit select patients with localized prostate cancer.
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Prostate Cancer: Radiation Therapy
Chairman and Moderator: Bruce A. Chabner, MD Dr. Joe O'Sullivan presents current evidence that suggests radionuclide therapy requires some degree of bone metastasis to be effective in prostate cancer treatment at the Prostate Cancer: Progress and Promise Symposium held September 8, 2011 in Belfast.
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Androgen Deprivation Therapy for Prostate Cancer: Involving Primary Care
E. David Crawford, MD; Matthew T. Rosenberg, MD; and Daniel P. Petrylak, MD, describe the use of androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer, including when to involve primary care in the decision making.
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Prostate Cancer So How do you choose a treatment option
A/Professor Phillip Stricker talking about how do you choose a treatment option. Prostate Cancer Treatments Incontinence Erectile Dysfunction HIFU Robot Surgery Hormone treatments HDR Seed Therapy, effect cause Guide to men and their partners in all aspects of Prostate cancer, sexual, quality of life. Extract from the official DVD Documentary of the PFC of Australia. Approve by Australian Prostate Medical Boards Promo for So, I have Prostate Cancer, What Now? a guide for Men and their partners, produced by David Westbrook, Rock Video Media, westymedia www.westymedia.com
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Metastatic Breast Cancer - How We Treat Metastatic Disease
Metastatic disease is often treated with multiple therapies including hormone and chemotherapies, surgery, and radiation. In this video, you’ll learn learn about the treatment options available and what happens if your tumor stops responding to treatment.
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Management of Patients with Advanced Prostate Cancer
Raoul D. Concepcion, MD, Daniel R. Saltzstein, MD, Bryan Mehlhaff, MD, and Steve Dobbs, FACHE, discuss the management and individualization of patients with advanced prostate cancer. More from this discussion: http://www.onclive.com/peer-exchange/prostate-cancer-management
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Prostate Cancer Moon Shot update
Highlights: Host(H): Welcome to Cancer Newsline http://www.mdanderson.org/newsroom/cancer-newsline, a podcast series from University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center. Today we're talking with Dr. Tim Thompson http://faculty.mdanderson.org/Timothy_Thompson who is a professor in Genitourinary Medical Oncology here at MD Anderson, and also part of MD Anderson's prostate Moon Shot Program http://www.cancermoonshots.org/cancer-types/prostate/. Our moon shot programs are way too quickly move research from the lab to the bedside, translational research will make differences in certain cancers. H: So, tell us about the prostate moon shot? What were your initial goals when you launched two years ago. G: All right. Well, the initial goals of our moon shot program sort of mimic important questions that have been out there for prostate cancer actually for decades. One is that it's very difficult to distinguish prostate cancers that are indolent, so called indolent, and really don't have that much potential to progress clinically from those that could progress very rapidly and present serious problems for the patient. So, there was the advent of widespread PSA screening and other tests that bring prostate cancer out and lead to more diagnosis suppressed by cancer. This problem becomes more acute. And so, this again, was one of the two questions that we thought about when we organized our moon shot program. And so we have an effort to really identify biomarkers that will be very accurate in distinguishing indolent from aggressive disease, and through that would give the patient and the physician much more objective information on how far to go with treatment. H: And prostate cancer http://www.mdanderson.org/patient-and-cancer-information/cancer-information/cancer-types/prostate-cancer is one of those diseases that sometimes often only require surveillance, you know, especially among older men. So, this would be a way to kind of find out who would benefit from surgery versus surveillance? G: That's exactly right. And we have an ongoing clinical trial for active surveillance, were then are moon shot program that really has really given us a lot of advantages and approach in this problem. This trial gives us access to tissue, plasma, and serum that we can use to test biomarkers, look at clinical data that's very well annotated and see how our candidate biomarkers really perform within the context of these clinical trials. So, that's one of the pieces of this effort, this way. H: And we found that PSA is pretty far from perfect. G: It's far from perfect. It's kind of a red flag type marker. Certainly at the extremes, it gives more information than it does within the so called gray area which is where most prostate cancers are when they're diagnosed. They're in a very, very gray area, nearly 80 percent of prostate cancers that are picked up with screening or picked up by symptoms, fall into this area of--in an area where the physician or the patient really is--doesn't have that much objective information, so they're--you know, they get different opinions, they are--their heads kind of spinning with what to do with regard to initial definitive therapy, so that's where this biomarker effort would come in. H: So flagship number two in the prostate moon shot is in the clinical setting where you're testing anti-androgen receptor agents. G: Right … A few years ago there were developments in the field that led to two approved--FDA approved agents - abiraterone and thalidomide … We're testing these drugs to identify biomarkers in patients’ bone marrows … through looking at these bone marrow biopsies, biomarkers have identified that would indicate resistance to these two new second--so-called second generation antiandrogen receptor agents. Download podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/prostate-cancer-moon-shot/id431848216?i=319769359&mt=2
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The Future of Prostate Cancer Research and Treatment
YouTube Live Thursday, January 12, 2017 2:30 - 3:30pm ET Prostate cancer experts William Dahut, M.D. of the National Cancer Institute and Dr. Heather Cheng, M.D. of the University of Washington discuss current and future research areas and treatment options for prostate cancer. The panel was moderated by Ana Fadich, MPH, CHES Vice President at Men’s Health of the Men's Health Network. http://www.cancer.gov/prostate http://www.cancer.gov/social-media/events
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Ask Dr. Bob: PCOS, Prostate, Blepharitis, Thyroid, Estrogen, Blood Type, & Summer Foods
In this new episode of #AskDrBob, I answer many questions including what supplement/mineral is needed if you have PCOS. I also answer questions about a swollen prostate, bepharitis, thyroid cancer and more. Do you have general health questions? You can ask them on my Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/drbobthedruglessdoctor, you'll be glad you did!
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Determining Treatment Options for Early-Stage Prostate Cancer
As the primary purveyors of prostate cancer treatment, urologists need to ensure their practices are set up to guide patients from diagnosis to treatment. The challenge of identifying the appropriate patients for early treatment remains an issue that needs addressed in many practices. To find out more, visit http://www.onclive.com/peer-exchange/prostate
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Dr. Stephenson on Advancements of Treatment for Prostate Cancer
Andrew J. Stephenson, MD, director for the Center of Urologic Oncology at the Cleveland Clinic, discusses advancements being made in the field of prostate cancer.
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Localized Prostate Cancer Treatment
http://www.hifu.ca A newer localized prostate cancer treatment is HIFU - High Intensity Focused Ultrasound. This non-surgical, non-invasive treatment is a safe and effective treatment for localized prostate cancer. Available in Europe for over a decade, the treatment was approved by Health Canada in 2003. The first HIFU clinic in North America was the Maple Leaf Clinic in Toronto, where over 700 treatments have been done. The treatment is currently not available in the USA. For information on the procedure or to find out if you qualify, call http://www.hifu.ca Maple Leaf HIFU was the first North American clinic offering HIFU - High Intensity Focused Ultrasound - as a treatment for prostate cancer. Maple Leaf HIFU has performed more HIFU procedures than any other HIFU clinic in North America. They offer HIFU with the Ablatherm device as well as specially trained Urological Surgeons, Anesthesiologists and registered nurses at their Toronto location in the Cleveland Clinic Canada. The clinic can help you with travel arrangements from your Canadian or American city. Call for more information: 1 (877) 370-4438.
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Dr. Stephen Freedland Describes Treating Early-Stage Prostate Cancer
Stephen J. Freedland, MD, Associate Professor of Surgery, Associate Professor in Pathology, Duke University School of Medicine, discusses the complications faced when treating men with early-stage prostate cancer. For more prostate cancer resources, visit http://www.onclive.com/specialty/prostate-cancer
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Bone Only Metastatic Breast Cancer, What Is The Best Approach?
In this video, Dr. David A. Margileth discusses the various approaches to dealing with bone-only metastatic breast cancer, including explanations of the advantages and disadvantages to each. Click Here & Get The 15 Breast Cancer Questions To Ask Your Doctor http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/what-breast-cancer-questions-to-ask/# Breast Cancer Answers is a social media show where viewers submit a question and get the answer from an expert. Submit your question now at, http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ask. This information should not be relied upon as a substitute for personal medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Use the information provided on this site solely at your own risk.  If you have any concerns about your health, please consult with a physician.
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Prostate Cancer Treatment Family Reaction
http://www.hifu.ca HIFU patient Doug Hill discusses what happened when he told his family about his decision to be treated by HIFU or High Intensity Focused Ultrasound. His family was happy with his choice, but still his son was apprehensive at school the day of the treatment. As Mr. Hill walks off of the plane from Toronto, they can't believe their eyes, that he just was treated for prostate cancer.
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High Risk Prostate Cancer Patients and Surgery
Dr. Alan J Katz discusses treating high risk prostate cancer patients with CyberKnife Robotic Radio Surgery. Visit our Virtual Prostate Consult web site at http://coloradocyberknife.com/virtual-prostate-consult/ to view all the videos in this series.
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How men diagosed with early stage prostate cancer utilize a web-based treatment decision aid
Description of 'Patterns of Use" pilot study
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Neal D. Shore, MD, FACS, on where chemotherapy fits into prostate cancer treatment
Dr. Shore, MD, Director, Carolina Urologic Research Center, describes where chemotherapy fits into treatment for prostate cancer.
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Prostate Cancer helped by Chinese Energy Therapy Treatment
75 years old Barry had prostate cancer, since Chinese Energy Therapy, the blood test PSA from 68 down to 0.6, in 18 months. Find out more www.chineseenergytherapy.com
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