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PSA blood test for prostate cancer doesn’t save lives

April 07, 2011

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Karen
September 19, 2011

Prevention is always better with prostate cancer

The Pool Pump Guy
July 20, 2011

I would recommend that all men read the book “Anticancer” by Servan Schreiber,there is a wealth of info in there on living a lifestyle that actually helps to actively prevent cancer from proliferating in the body in the first place.

Another great book is called “Should I Be Tested for Cancer?: Maybe Not and Here’s Why”
H. Gilbert Welch M.D. M.P.H.

Tim
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mike
April 10, 2011

The importance of eating healthy which includes high fiber and low fat and having a consistent exercise regimen are ways to help keep in good health.
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Ryan Wood
November 22, 2011

Vitamin D from early morning sunlight is a good prevention method. However this article pertains to the PSA test and its ability/inability to prevent death from prostate cancer. Unfortunately alot of these cancer screenings do not prove any significant reduction in cancer deaths. In fact some often do harm and cause a great deal of stress.

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