If you are using my holistic approach or another alternative approach, please comment on your success or outcome.
After using your approach for 90 days my PSA reduced from 3.9 to 1.8. Thank You Dan Goldstone
Dan after using your approach for 30 days, it cured my constant urination urges and my enlarged prostate. I loved your book, it was very inspiring. You also have a lot of information the doctors seem to leave out.
When my prostate was biopsied my Gleason was a 9. I started with your supplements but later decided upon surgery. The doctor was shocked when my lymph nodes were clear and the remaining cancer found in the prostate was a Gleason 7. He said that was the first time he had ever seen that happen.
Dan, Thanks for your support and quick response to my questions. Having been recently diagnosed with prostate cancer, I feel lucky that a good friend recommended your book. It has been very helpful and I am currently using your recipe and diet to fight this battle. I’m only in my 3rd week but feel much better and have lost 7 pounds, back to my weight 9 years ago. I will post my next blood results in about 5 weeks. Thanks Dan it’s nice to know your not alone out there when this happens at 57 years old.
yeah Dan it good my psa 13.8 to 8 Ray I can say is yahoo
but yahoo realy stinks
Dan, My update on my PSA, went from 4.4 to 3.5. I am very happy with the reduction. Thanks for being out there.
My husband was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1999. After having a radical prostatectomy, his psa was non-detectable. In January of 2004 it was o.5. It has gradually started to rise. 3 months ago it was 3.6. I have started him on all the supplements that Dan has suggested, and already it is down to 3.4. We are keeping the faith that every 3 months will show a decrease. I am very thankful I heard about Dan. I have his book and it is very good. This is not just my husbands fight, it is mine. I will do whatever it takes to keep him healthy. Thanks to Dan, I have much more hope! Thank you so much.
Dan, Just got my latest psa results and it’s still going down. Now a 3.1 after 2 months. Considering I had a very stressful week when the blood was taken I am very happy with the results. It’s only been 8 months since this all started and I a psa as high as 4.7. Thanks for all the tips on diet. I have upped my D to 4000 units. Just read Patti’s comments & I hope they are just as stringent with their diet. Your not alone Patti and I’ll keep you in my thoughts.
That’s great news Patti and Bruce. Patti for your husband to reverse a positive velocity is outstanding. Bruce your continued negative velocity is encouraging, keep up the good work and I pray for all of us. I just had my D level checked its up to 61ng/ml from 40ng/ml.
Just wanted to say that I am trying really hard to change Jeffs’ diet. Only eating red meat once a week, if even that. Lots of fish and chicken. Anyone know if there is a website or blog or something for wives/girlfriends with the men in their lives with prostate cancer? I met Jeff in 2003 and we were married in 2005. Sometimes it is really hard to deal with all the side effects of this disease. Things change, and I understand that. Beating this disease is the most important thing. God Bless all of you men, and I think that there should be as much publicity about this cancer as there is breast cancer for women. I wish there was more I could do for everyone affected with this. I pray for you all.
Patti Keep working hard on the diet. Just before I found out about my cancer I was on top of the world. Not rich but not hurting, just 9 month into a relationship, after 7 years of looking, I find the most wonderful woman, good job with more vacation than I can use, kids 22 & 20 are doing fine. Then everything changes. Thanks to Dan & his support I am fight this on my own terms. I instantly changed my diet and lost 13 pounds. Am eating lots of raw vegetables & as much organic products as I can afford. only organic meat and almost no dairy & no sugar products. Got extensive blood work done and take the supplements I need to boost my immunity system, which is key in shrinking the tumors. I live alone & won’t lie that some days aren’t always easy. But am fortunate to have a wonderful woman in my life and a positive attitude. Learn some breathing techniques and spend 10-30 minutes a day of quiet time to clear your thoughts. I also workout daily. Be strong, you just have to adapt to a new way of living.
I hope you are continuing to improve and each appointment is cause for further encouragement and thanks.
I had my six-month Urology appointment last Thursday. The PSA dropped from 1.54 to 1.33.
This is really good news. As long as your PSA continues a negative velocity your prostate cancer is dying. Because it took decades to build up to this point it takes time to reverse it. The big added plus it heals the whole body.
Please continue to report your progress.
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