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  • DeanGlaser has replied to a post on the message board

    Hi, Ray's response to you was terrific and necessary for anyone who wants to use protocel as an alternate or additional pathway for fighting prostate cancer. I personally have been on protocel for 12 months. I fought my oncologist in April,2018 and we(I) agreed to not take it for 30 days because of my high liver readings. His theory was my protocel's copper was the "cause and effect".Protocel did NOT ...

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    • DeanGlaser has replied to a post on the message board

      No one wants a doctor to tell you you have prostate cancer. However when the stages 2-? level occur and the prostate cancer cells decide to wander off and set up home in your bones and organs, then your options for treatment become limited. Yes, asking support from your wife, family, or friends would be nice, but the topic of cancer is taboo and feared by all of us. Why? It just is.Talking about ...

      May 03, 2018 view post
      • DeanGlaser has replied to a post on the message board

        Hi, There is an available natural product called Protocel-23  which has had good results curing cancers over the last 40+ years. Its ingredients include inositol which helps reduce stress and anxiety. One of the other messages left for you quoted stress as your worst enemy. I finally found just now the reason why this is one of the key ingredients and the major role it plays. I have stage 4 prostate cance...

        March 08, 2018 view post
        • DeanGlaser has replied to a post on the message board

          Thanks for answering back.And best of luck with the choice of treatment.

          November 27, 2017 view post
          • DeanGlaser has replied to a post on the message board

            Thank you!

            November 20, 2017 view post
            • DeanGlaser has replied to a post on the message board

              I think urologists love lupron shots and the hot flash afteraffects we will endure. Their office (female ) staff giggle when you mention hot flashes in conversation. On a serious note, lupron kills testosterone so the results are were estrogen present. We suffer menopause hot flashes and will until the day we end the shots. I have no problem "boiling to death" in a moments snap when the other alternative is dying. S...

              November 19, 2017 view post
              • DeanGlaser has created a new message board discussion

                I was diagnosed stage 4  over 18 months ago with a gleason of 10 of 11. I have chosen to keep my prostat and gonads and to choose another pathway suggested by my urologist. I have every 4 months a lupron shot in my rear, and take bicalutamide tablets every day now as well. The bicalutamide is Europe's choice over the lupron shots and its way cheaper. The lupron is $4000.00/per 4 month period. My psa&n...

                November 19, 2017 view discussion
                • DeanGlaser has replied to a post on the message board

                  Stage four means you have 4 locations where cancer is located in your body. The gleason test from the prostat biopsies means they found 8 locations out of 10 (10-normally taken) inside your prostate which means your prostate is cancerous. The urologist will then try to convince you to remove the prostate. He might even go to the extent of saying we need to take your gonads as well to remove testosterone. I was ...

                  November 19, 2017 view post
                  • DeanGlaser has replied to a post on the message board

                    A new shot came out about 18 months ago called Xgeva. It cost $1100.00 per month. It helps replace the bone mass as the cancer eats and removes it. I've been on it for 12 months. I'm 73. Hope that helps give you a pathway to follow

                    November 19, 2017 view post
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                    About DeanGlaser

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                    In June 2016, I was told I had stage 4 prostate cancer after the gleason biopsys were 10. Isotope scans showed multiple location in my spine/hips and another on my left upper rib. I've had luprin shots every 4 months for a year and exgeva shots every month for 8 months. The psa was originally 2200, then down to 22 after one luprin shot, then up to 33, and most recently up to 55. The oncologist wants to do chemo, but I'm not willing to follow that pathway yet. I started taking protocol-23 35 days ago and plan on following this choice . I realize the cancer isn't going to waste away immediately and I'm accepting patience and calm as my partners in this battle.
                    Yes the fluid tastes like crap, but its an acceptable flavor if the results overweigh that inconvience. Reading the quotes on this forum give positive hope that conquering cancer is possible with prayer, support, and protocol.

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