Drugs and erectile dysfunction go hand in hand.
All of the medications for erectile dysfunction are known as phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitors.
PDE5 is responsible for increasing nitric oxide in the tissue lining the arteries, the heart, and the intestines.
Actually, it affects the lining of every single blood vessel in the body.
PDE5 inhibitors work on all of this tissue.
That includes the tissue found in the penile area that is responsible for erections.
So in short, what all of these medications do is increase nitric oxide.
But the problem is that these erectile dysfunction drugs cause cancer.
If you read the rest of modern media, you will find that nitric oxide is somehow magical.
You think of erectile dysfunction, and automatically put together men and viagra.
This is ironic considering that it was once blamed for smog.
We were told that Los Angeles was smoggy and your eyes burned because there was a lot of nitric oxide in the air.
So you know that nitric oxide is an irritant and in fact a deadly poison.
But the media still hypes it up as a cure-all for erectile dysfunction and other issues.
I doubt that I’m the only one who thinks there’s something fishy with that.
All of this hype started when researchers discovered that one type of erection is caused by nitric oxide.
There are many other types of erections, and they all result in the male penis filling with blood and getting hard.
But the nitric oxide erection was singled out.
They singled it out because they had discovered a drug that would stop the nitric oxide from leaving the penis.
Therefore it would maintain the erection for a long time.
Besides, Big Pharma has an interest in how research proceeds.
Making money off of a drug you have already discovered is cheaper than trying to find a new solution.
Plus, when a new drug is discovered, big Pharma tries to find every application for the drug possible.
This can make them more money in the long run.
All during the patent period of 20 years, they work to find more and more ways to use the drug.
The drug can basically do no wrong during this period, and there is no generic available to cut into profits.
Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra have all been through this period of glory.
That is finally ended.
During this 20-year patent glory, there is nothing a new drug cannot do.
But after the patent expires, of course, the truth comes out.
This paves the way for “new discoveries” that lead to new drugs.
And with these ED drugs, the truth is scary.
When you increase nitric oxide, you cause a lot of damage in the body.
I showed you in a previous newsletter how these PDE5 inhibitors cause damage in the testes.
And it is damage that may not be reversible.
Now there is more information for you.
It’s well known that nitric oxide is implicated in cancer.
And guess what?
Men who are prescribed these PDE5 inhibitors after prostate surgery for cancer end up having a much higher chance of getting more cancer.
So they “cure” the cancer and then treat a side effect with something that brings the cancer back.
This should not come as a surprise except for doctors who have been brainwashed by big Pharma.
Doctors really think they’re doing the right thing for their patients.
But their trust is misplaced.
And they are giving their patients erectile dysfunction drugs which cause cancer.
You’ll notice that this article also shows an “editor’s recommendation.”
It discusses how these drugs are also linked to an increased melanoma risk, or skin cancer.
The hits just keep on coming.
These drugs have been prescribed for men who had prostate cancer treatment, which itself is a complete disaster.
And then these drugs increase nitric oxide which feeds cancer.
This excess nitric oxide not only increases their chances of getting prostate cancer again… but it also increases their chances of a brand new cancer.
This is just one of many studies that are going to be done showing the terrible damage that these drugs are doing.
They will go from being called miracle drugs to being dangerous drugs that may end up eventually being banned outright.
And they leave room for a new miracle drug to come to market.
Here’s why these drugs are so bad.
This study only talks about prostate cancer coming back at a higher rate with men who are taking these ED drugs.
But all forms of cancer will increase when you take ED drugs.
Over a period of five years that the study covered, about 90% of men survived.
But of the men taking these drugs, 85% survived.
This may not seem like a big difference, but remember this is a study that is partially funded by drug company interest.
It’s very difficult to know what the real number would be.
Also, who knows what it would be beyond five years?
The study actually shows that the relative risk of having a cancer recurrence is about 40% higher when taking these drugs.
I’m not a big fan of relative risk, but you get the idea.
It’s not a good idea to have heightened nitric oxide levels in your body at all ever.
It’s especially dangerous if you had cancer already.
We are going to see study after study in the coming years that are going to show you how these drugs increase all forms of cancer.
For instance, there is this study showing one of the possible mechanisms for these drugs causing cancer.
Sildenafil is the generic name for Viagra.
Most people don’t realize that one of the health risks of viagra is cancer.
This study shows that sildenafil is extremely angiogenic in the human heart.
Angiogenic means that it encourages the development of extra blood vessels feeding cancer.
Substances that are extremely angiogenic are often also extremely carcinogenic.
And we all know that carcinogenic compounds increase cancer risk.
This is one of the many mechanisms that cause cancer in these types of drugs.
Nitric oxide is just one culprit.
There are many others that will be studied in the future.
Meanwhile, now you know the truth.
You can look at other ways of fixing the problem.
Or you can work to avoid the prostate cancer butchery in the first place.
Type 5 Inhibitors May Adversely Impact Biochemical Recurrence after Radical Prostatectomy
http://www.jurology.com/article/S0022-5347(14)04366-3/abstractUse of Phosphodiesterase
Sildenafil induces angiogenic response in human coronary arteriolar endothelial cells through the expression of thioredoxin, hemeoxygenase and vascular endothelial growth factor