PSA Testing: Conventional Medicine is Finally Seeing the Light

…treatment itself can be fatal. Most doctors immediately recommend biopsies if PSA levels are elevated, even though false positives are very common. And in the unlikely event that a man actually does have prostate cancer, the biopsy itself can generate problems. First, they’re very much a hit-or-miss…

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Three Foods That Promote Prostate Health

…undergo repeat prostate biopsy. At the six-month point, PSA levels completely normalized in two of the men, and no biopsy was deemed necessary. The other 13 men also saw significant decreases in their PSA levels—and only one was suspected of having cancer following his biopsy. Unfortunately, few men…

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