Monthly Archives: October 2011

Dr. Snuffy Myers on the PSA Testing Controversy

Over the past several weeks the prostate cancer community has been treated to yet another controversy over the value of the PSA test in detecting prostate cancer. The controversy just never seems to die and everyone has a different set … Continue reading

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Do we have the power to control cancer ourselves?

Why do most cancer survivors ignore the tools they have within their personal control? My older sister was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in November 2002. She passed away from the disease in February 2003, just a few days before her … Continue reading

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Do you believe the data in the China Study? I’m pretty certain I do.

My PSA hasn’t changed but should I still worry? In yesterday’s post I talked about my PSA trend. I have the data from yesterday’s test and graphed it against my tests since April 2007 [see below]. As you can see, … Continue reading

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What will my PSA be today?

What will the PSA number read? In a few minutes I’m headed off for my semi-annual doctor’s visit and blood test series that includes that all important PSA test. I’m at the 8.5 year point as a prostate cancer survivor … Continue reading

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