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  1. 5 Great Prostate Cancer Lies
    Bert Vorstman MD, MS. FAAP, FRACS, FACS www.urologyweb.com 1. the PSA will save your life The USPSTF (US Preventive Services Task Force) has already given the PSA-based screening of healthy males a “D” or, fail grade because it is non-cancer specific and highly unreliable. It has a ve…
  2. The BOGUS Gleason 6 prostate cancer (and most everything else about prostate cancer)
    Press Release: CORAL SPRINGS, Fla., Sept. 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Noted urologic surgeon, Bert  Vorstman MD, MS, FAAP, FRACS, FACS today, has issued a stinging report regarding the unreliable PSA test, the mislabelling of the common Gleason 6 prostate disease as a cancer and, the misrepresen…
  3. the BOGUS Gleason 6 prostate cancer
    the BOGUS Gleason 6 prostate cancer (and, most everything else about prostate cancer) Bert Vorstman MD, MS, FAAP, FRACS, FACS Summary > the Gleason 3+3=6 prostate “cancer” is a pseudo-­cancer mislabeled as a cancer. It needs neither detection nor treatment. > the radical (robotic) prosta…
  4. Stop treating the fake Gleason 6 prostate cancer
    The Gleason 6 prostate “cancer” is NOT a real cancer. Larry Klotz M.D. has shown irrefutably that the very common Gleason 6 prostate “cancer” is a not a real cancer for two fundamental reasons: 1. no man has died from this disease and, 2. this so-­called cancer lacks a number of molecular b…
  5. PROSTATE CANCER BIOMARKERS
    Prostate cancer biomarkers are either tissue, blood or urinary indicators which, when tested for and then factored against the microscopic diagnosis, may offer additional information as to the possible future behavior of that particular prostate cancer. For each prostate cancer diagnosis the microsc…
  6. Robotic Prostatectomy Spreads Prostate Cancer Cells
    Radical Prostatectomy Releases Showers of Cancer Cells During the robotic radical prostatectomy treatment, showers of cancer cells are released from the affected prostate gland into the bloodstream. Studies using PSA reverse transcriptase-­polymerase chain reaction assays and other staining …
  7. Testing Aggressiveness of Prostate Cancer Improves Quality of Life, Study Finds
    Researchers working with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center have found that the Metamark Promark prostate cancer test increases the quality-­adjusted life­-years and decreases healthcare costs for patients who are being screened for prostate cancer. In a paper published in October 2015 in …
  8. Focused Ultrasound System Receives Go Ahead for Prostate Cancer Ablation
    On October 9, 2015, the Sonablate 450, a high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) system for treating prostate cancer, received FDA approval. The Sonablate uses high intensity therapeutic ultrasound to heat and destroy the prostate cancer without damaging surrounding tissue. The Sonablate allows doc…
  9. Bacteriophage Provides Promise in Detecting Prostate Cancer
    Most prostate cancers are slow­-growing and do not behave like a cancer at all. This is particularly so for the very common Gleason 6 “cancer” which which lacks the hallmarks of a cancer. This knowledge has lead some doctors to warn against routine prostate cancer screenings and automatic treat…
  10. PROSTATE CANCER UPGRADING: more fear­mongering
    Prostate cancer upgrading means that a prostate cancer grade and score (or measure of prostate cancer aggressiveness) found in a surgically removed prostate gland can, sometimes, be of a higher grade than diagnosed in the initial needle biopsy of the prostate. This so­called upgrading phenomeno…
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