Prostate cancer is, of course, the most serious of
the prostate disorders. It represents a total failure of
the bodyís immune system, and, while generally a
slow-growing cancer, it can be life-threatening.
Many urologists say that prostate cancer often
presents no symptoms in its early stages. However, an
aware man will notice various minor changes. Symptoms
can include any or all of the symptoms present with
other prostate disorders.
It is at this early time when natural intervention
can achieve the greatest reversal of pending
diseaseóbefore cancer is diagnosed. Unfortunately, many
men, and their doctors, ignore these symptoms or write
them off as normal aging until they become overwhelming.
By then, it is often too late to reverse the problem.
Prostate cancer statistics frequently produce
headlines in the news media. According to the National
Cancer Society, more than 200,000 men are diagnosed with
prostate cancer each year, and more than 30,000 die of
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