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Advanced prostate cancer that have spread to bones


My dad has been diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer that has spread to his bones. He has done orchidectomy. His PSA before orchidectomy was above 3000 and after the operation, the PSA level drop significantly to about 400. However, doctor said that the PSA level will definitely increase in 6 months time. Hence, the doctor has advised him to take a trial now whereby he may be given Arbiraterone or a dummy.

Knowing the side effects of Arbiraterone and knowing that my dad is in a very weak condition (low red blood count, diabetic, high blood pressure, swelling feet), I'm really worried whether he should go for the trial. Is there any other ways perhaps a more natural way to deal with this condition?? Would really appreciate any advice.

Many thanks.

Kind regards,


Ron here:

Hi Mable,

The only thing I can recommend is a diet and lifestyle overhaul. My books and the website go into great detail about this and the causes of the cancer.

The guidance of a naturopath would also help, but self learning is essential.

As to whether or not to start a new drug, that is not something I can tell you what to do.

I know what I would do and that is to do what I suggest above.

Hope this helps.

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