I had a male patient age 58 who presented at my clinic with a prostate cancer diagnosis. He brought along his labs which showed Gleason score 6 – 7, PSA of 87...
I had a male patient age 58 who presented at my clinic with a prostate cancer diagnosis. He brought along his labs which showed Gleason score 6 – 7, PSA of 87.
After the interview I ordered an immediate dietary change, added homeopathic and nutritional remedies, and anticipated a dental examination with a suitable practitioner to evaluate possible remediation.
After the intake and a thorough review of history I conducted my own electro-dermal screening (EDS). I detected a large disturbance field on a lymphatic point related to the jaw. I continued EDS with respect to teeth – and found a large disturbance on 1-1 and also noted a gold crown in quadrant 3.
I referred the patient to a dentist familiar with mouth/body interconnection. He did a panorama x-ray, as I asked, and found a jaw bone infection under the front tooth. He removed the root canal and scooped out the infectious necrotic tissues. He also removed the gold crown.
After 4 weeks the patient returned to his MD to repeat the labs. They found the prostate to be normal by physical exam and the blood work showed a marked decrease in the PSA.
The patient continues to have his PSA in the 0.6 – 1.4 range, has been given a clean bill of health by his MD and by me.
It is my experience that the key to his longer term success was the sustained change of diet to remove the indicated sensitivities – no gluten, no dairy, no added sugar. He began exercising and employing a lifelong (from that point anyways) behavioural change with respect to, and for, his body. He has accepted responsibility for his well-being. 16 years later in his mid 70’s he is vibrant and healthy, and is still working.