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Invasion of the prostate snatchers!

November 10, 2011

Every 25 minutes, a man is diagnosed with prostate cancer. The discovery will turn his life upside down and bring heartache and fear to him and his family.

He will face a bewildering array of treatments from which he, not his doctor, will have to choose. He will suffer years of uncertainty about his future. His sex life may suffer or disappear as surgery or drugs take away his libido.

Yet, in the U.S. only 95 of 100,000 inhabitants, in Europe only 40 in 100,000 people, and in Asian countries only 4 in 100,000 people develop prostate cancer. (source)

Newsweek Magazine
Warns about Modern Medicine

Newsweek magazine’s August cover story, “The One Word that Can Save Your Life: No!,” by Sharon Begley is a summary article about the importance of avoiding common medical tests and treatments, the same ones I have been talking to you about for the past 30 years. I am saddened when I think of the lives ruined and lost because this information has been hidden from the public by my medical colleagues, largely for motives of profit. Please read this Newsweek article now.

Stay Out of
the Medical Businesses

You and your family cannot win by being familiar with doctors, drugs, and hospitals. Just like you do not want to be on a first name basis with morticians, lawyers, auto mechanics, and plumbers, you do not want a doctor as a best friend or your calendar littered with appointments to visit these professionals. An undeniable fact is that the more you see doctors, the more likely you are to be tested and treated; for better or worse. The best way to stay out of the medical businesses is to be healthy. That means you must fix the primary cause of common diseases: the rich Western diet.

I have written a series of articles that will help you understand how to work with MDs, when unavoidable. If you get routine annual physical examinations, you are looking for trouble. There is unanimous agreement by major health policy-makers worldwide that these intrusive visits do more harm than good, especially when your doctor encourages you to take “early detection” tests, such as a PSA or mammogram for cancer prevention.

Avoid PSA (Prostate Cancer) Testing

According to Newsweek, “Dr. Stephen Smith, Professor emeritus of family medicine at Brown University School of Medicine, tells his physician not to order a PSA blood test for prostate cancer…” PSA is an abbreviation for prostate specific antigen, a substance measured in the blood. It is sold to men under the false pretense that detection of an elevation will lead to early detection of prostate cancer, which can then be removed early enough to delay or prevent death.

This Simple Blood Test is Harmful

Random population screening for prostate cancer with the PSA blood test results in 10 percent of men being found positive. Once cancer is suspected, the next procedure consists of a session of 12 needle biopsies of the prostate gland. The needles inserted during the biopsy damage nerves controlling an erection, and as a result, one month after surgery, 41 percent of men report erectile dysfunction (ED), and after six months the problem persists in 15 percent of men (permanent ED is caused just from the test to determine whether or not cancer is present). On average, from the biopsy, 30 percent of men will be found to have prostate cancer. (Microscopic prostate cancer is found in 8 percent of men in their twenties, 30 percent of men in their thirties, 50 percent of men in their fifties, and 80 percent of men in their seventies.) Almost all of these microscopic cancers are relatively benign (inactive) and would have never caused any future trouble if not detected. The real harm to the patient comes from the tests and treatments.

At best, one life is saved for every 1,400 PSA examinations performed. The costs are high, however, with 48 men being diagnosed with prostate cancer who would have otherwise never known they had this disease. The surgeries, radiation treatments, and drugs that follow a diagnosis can be expected to result in incontinence (men dribble in their pants, wear a diaper and/or live with an indwelling bladder catheter) and impotence (about 80 percent of men will have sexual dysfunction). All these sufferings are reasons that men diagnosed with prostate cancer have a 40 percent increase in suicide.

Early detection is a misnomer. By the time a prostate cancer becomes large enough to detect by PSA or digital rectal examination (about one centimeter in size), the cancer has been growing for an average of 10 years; and if it is the aggressive kind of cancer, it has already spread beyond the bounds for removal by radiation or surgery. Chemotherapies (including hormone treatments) have few benefits. Fortunately, most prostate cancers detected (more than 97 percent) are of the benign variety and never threaten a man’s life.

My advice is to never allow an “early detection” PSA or digital rectal exam to be performed on you. I believe the McDougall Diet will prevent, and even reverse, prostate cancer. So, without testing, how do you know if you have prostate cancer? Those very few men who develop the aggressive kind of prostate cancer will usually find their disease very late in life when it causes symptoms, such as urinary retention or bone pain. (The death rate from prostate cancer is very low, at 226 per 100,000 men older than 65 years.) Misleading men with hopes of “early detection” means the patient will simply know he is ill much longer, and as a result will be subjected to more painful and costly tests and treatments, not to mention the increased anxiety and worry.

Avoid Colonoscopy Examinations

According to Newsweek, “At least 7,300 lives are saved every year thanks to colonoscopies.” However, what they did not tell you is that similar benefits can be obtained with one simpler and safer examination of the last two feet of your large intestine (a sigmoid examination) performed between ages 55 and 64. Benefits from polyp removal are largely confined to those lesions located in last part of the colon, within the reach of a sigmoidoscope.

Colonoscopies Are

Serious complications occur in an estimated 5 per 1,000 colonoscopies, an examination of the entire six feet of large intestine under anesthesia. One of the deadliest complications is perforation of the colon, which occurs in about 1 per 1,000 procedures. Consider that to prevent one death from colorectal cancer (the benefit), 1,250 people would need to have a colonoscopy. This is almost an even exchange: for one life saved from cancer, one life is lost (or at least seriously harmed) from a complication, like perforation.

~ Dr. John McDougall

The whole ‘prostate cancer’ thing is one big ZOG scam! They incessantly scare the public about an affliction that is statistically next to non-existant! With the ultimate goal being sterilization (Morganthau Plan, revisited), after they repeatedly rape and humiliate you! All under the guise of ‘we’re helping you’! Filthy Jew bastards! It’s such a shame that Hitler didn’t get to finish the job!  

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