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Complementary therapies for prostate disease: What works and what doesn’t

March 11, 2009

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joe macgish
July 20, 2018

so what was the successful non toxic things taken by Mr Baily, are you going to keep it a secret after all this rhetoric ??????????????????????????? So you leave in mystery, kind of what I expected ! Give us the scoop !! joe macgish jax fl

Dave
December 28, 2017

New herbal medicine named diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill do works on me. that one of the best therapy to treat prostate problem for me. you can try to google more information on it. hope that helpful.

Dr Brian K. Bailey
March 31, 2016

My PSA went from a consistent (4.5 + or – 0.2) to 7.47 in 17 mos. I was treated with several antibiotics thinking it was prostatitis then it went to 9.89 in two mos. I postponed my next urologic appointment because I was scared it is probably prostate cancer. That is when I began my research. I was already eating healthful (I thought) and taking many vitamins and supplements. My urologist scheduled me for a prostate biopsy. I began adding nutrients to my program and continued to discover more to add. My PSA dropped to 6.3 in two mos. and to 4.2 in another mo. 3.64 in two more months. This was lower than it was six years ago. I cancelled my biopsy. Here is my program:
NUTRIENTS FOR PROSTATE CANCER PREVENTION AND ERADICATION
NATURAL NON-TOXIC CHEMOTHERAPY FOR PROSTATE CANCER
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