End stage prostate cancer — also known as stage 4 prostate cancer or prostate bone cancer — is defined by the medical industry as the most severe form of prostate cancer because it has spread outside the prostate capsule.
Once that happens, according to them, only radical treatments can delay the inevitable end. These interventions seek to radiate the body, treat with chemo drugs, remove the prostate gland with a radical prostatectomy, and often combine these treatments.
Unfortunately, there is no evidence to support added life expectancy with these treatments. My opinion is simply that the treatments weaken the body further and can hasten the end. Of course, there is no way to prove this opinion, but this is where I define the fork in the road.
The choice to me is clear: do everything you can to change the conditions that caused the stage 4 prostate cancer to become so extreme.
These are some of the common symptoms of end stage prostate cancer:
The pain in the pelvis and hips can be the result of prostate bone cancer that has spread outside the prostate due to metastasis.
End stage prostate cancer could then no longer find a host in my body for I would have changed the conditions that I either knowingly or unknowingly created that led to it.
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end stage hormone therapy
i am d3 pc. had radiation 4 yrs ago, pc came back this year. Is Lupron a poison, and what happens if I don't take it? thank you -------------- …
My father has prostate cancer now for 2 yrs.He stopped his quarterly hormone shots a yr ago.Now upon a visit to er because he could not urinate, they have …
Written by Ronald M Bazar,
~BCom, McGill University
~MBA, Harvard University
~the author of this website.
Note Dear Reader...
You must change your diet by stopping those foods that are triggering your condition and replacing them with new ones that nourish you and your prostate.
Then combined with a high quality supplement, you are putting yourself on the road to healing.
There are no shortcuts. Just good changes and little by little you will get better. My books and this site tells you how.