Most Men Are Still Ignorant About This Prostate Cancer Information

May 8, 2009 by  
Filed under Prostate Cancer

You won’t believe it but it is true.

I didn’t believe it myself until I saw the statistics… then the reality of it all dawned on me.

Now… listen up.

The statistics now have it that one in every ten men will eventually develop significant prostate cancer at one stage in their lifetime!

Impossible?

Well, I thought so too, but it is a glaring fact that is staring all men from the ages of 40.

So, do we keep running away from this reality?

Or we brave up and do something about it, like trying to prevent it from happening to us and working hard to treat it as soon as it does occur?

We have a choice. The first one is not going to help us, while the second one can help us live longer and safe from this life threatening monster called prostate cancer.

But now… there is good news!

The good news is that it has also been statistically proven that the sooner a prostate cancer is detected, the better and easier it would be to treat.

So, with prostate cancer, the sooner you discover and treat it the better your chances of survival.

So, instead of hiding your head inside the ground like the Ostrich while the rest of your body is exposed it is wise to learn all you can about prostate cancer so that you can be better protected about it.

This knowledge will allow you to quickly identify the symptoms and go for full treatment. Better still, the knowledge you will get will help you to always go for check ups once or twice every year, to know immediately prostate cancer develops, so that you can fight it before it spreads.

With prostate cancer, early detection is the best way of surviving it.

Only A Very Few People Are Aware Of This Prostate Cancer Fact

April 28, 2009 by  
Filed under Prostate Cancer

It is important to tell you some prostate cancer facts to show you that even though it is a killer disease, not everyone dies from prostate cancer.

If you think just because you have been diagnosed with prostate cancer and given a limited prognosis it is time to start packing it all up, then I implore you to start thinking something else.

A real fact of prostate cancer that many people don’t want to admit to themselves is that it’s not a death sentence. What you should understand is that there are thousands of people who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer and yet survived it.

I will use the example of Les Brown to buttress this point. He is one of the most powerful motivational speakers in the United States. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer and given a very limited prognosis.

The first thing he did was to sit down and had a talk with himself. He asked himself- who else has been told the same thing and survived it? There and then he made up his mind that if there were indeed others that have survived prostate cancer, he too would survive it!

His resolve was so strong that he sunk himself into the study of prostate cancer to the best of his ability.

He researched the people who had survived prostate cancer and what they did take to survive it. Then he plunged himself into doing the same things.

He used herbs, exercises, meditations, and even prayers. At the end of the day he not only survived the prostate cancer but got it completely out of his body.

So, if Les Brown, despite the high PSA that he had… despite the hopelessness of his situation could survive prostate cancer, YOU too can survive it.

This is prostate cancer fact… whether the prostate cancer pessimists want to admit it or not.

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