Information on Prostate Cancers
Prostate Cancer Survivors
4042 Tall Tree Dr.
Orlando, FL 32810
(Prostate#Int'l BioCare Hospital)
P.O. Box 648
Port Salerno, FL 34992
3309 E. McDowell Rd.
Mesa, AZ 85213
(Prostate#Int'l BioCare Hospital)
2265 P Ave.
Traer, IA 50675
47 Quail Court #101
Walnut Creek, CA 94596
80 Milaw Ct.
San Ramon, CA 94583
19517 Brendle Way
Newhall, CA 91321
(Prostate#Hospital Santa Monica)
Atkins Center for Complementary Medicine in New York is run by Robert Atkins, M.D. We understand that Dr. Atkins is cutting back on his cancer practice, especially for later stage cancers. We have heard he has a unique program for prostate cancer. 212-758-2110 or fax: 754-4284 or 1-800-2-Atkins http://www.atkinscenter.com/.
Some of the products you can research for Prostate cancer include:
PolyMVA info is at www.polymva.net, including a list of doctors who use it in their practice. It is expensive, but some use it along with the free clondorate they offer with their program (though I recently heard they are being stopped from offering this.)
Some people have been using PC-SPES, the popular herbal prostate health formula, but it has been recalled due to contamination of the product. You can go to www.iherb.com and get the same formula as PC spes (except for the ginseng, which can make only a minor difference and there shouldn't be any contaminants). It's made by Natrol.
For more information, you can also contact the manufacturer at 800-458-5854. We have been told a good substitute is available through iherb.com - made by Natrol. A list of other substitutes is available at http://www.consumerlab.com/results/sawpalmetto_sam.asp?z=1.
http://www.cancure.org/artemesia.htm gives some information on artemesia. Dr. Rowen in Santa Rosa has good experience with this.
For information on Epican Forte developed by Matthias Rath to help prevent metastasis, go to http://www.cancure.org/matthias_rath.htm.
We have a page up on Budwig at http://www.cancure.org/budwig_diet.htm and a transcript of a tape on Budwig that is pretty good info is at http://home.usit.net/~spinner. Many use this approach with prostate cancer. I would ask Cliff Beckwith, who runs this site, if there are any other clinics overseas using Budwig.
A good forum is at "Alternative Cancer's website at http://www.cancercure.ws. Do some reading on their website while you are there for some good information. They have some good nutritional information. On the forum you can ask questions at any time. There are some pretty knowledgeable people on this site. They have a lot of information on Budwig.
If you can't decide what to do or what clinic to go to, we have a list of consultants that you can contact to help decide what to do on our consultants page at http://www.cancure.org/consultants.htm or other organizations you can contact at http://www.cancure.org/organizations_additional.htm.
There are a number of good websites with information, including http://www.prostate-cancer.org/education/education.html and www.prostate90.com.
Our standard recommendations for books on alternative treatments for cancer include:
"The Prostate Miracle" by Dr. Jesse A. Stoff. There are many impressed with his approach.
Larry Clapp also has a book - "Prostate Health in 90 Days" - www.prostate90.com.
"Beating Cancer with Nutrition" by Patrick Quillin. He has some products and suggestions at http://www.4nutrition.com/.
Also, the book "Alternative Medicine Definitive Guide to Cancer" by John Diamond and Burton Goldberg. It is packed with information and gives write ups on some clinics. Or, there is a condensed version called "Cancer Diagnosis, What to Do Next."