Here’s why I never get prostate screenings

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And more and more men are following suit…

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Here’s why I never get prostate screenings

If you’ve followed me for any length of time, you might already know that I talk A LOT about the incredible overtreatment of prostate cancer.

“A recent study showed that more than 25 men were being unnecessarily treated with surgery or radiotherapy, for every single life saved.”

1 life saved for every 25 men unnecessarily treated! 

That’s not a great statistic. In fact, it’s pretty terrible. 

I don’t want to be one of those overtreated men. How about you?

ESPECIALLY since overtreatment can lead to “rockiness” problems and incontinence…

And no man I know would take those on unless ABSOLUTELY necessary. 

Who the heck wants to deal with that?

Besides the physical consequences (which can be severe), treating cancer unnecessarily is incredibly expensive and a huge financial burden.

“Unnecessary prostate treatment has both physical consequences for patients and their families, but is also a substantial financial burden on the NHS, where each operation will cost around £10,000.”

But there is an interesting new technology coming out…

This may let doctors tell the really aggressive cancers that need to be treated from the ones that can just be “actively monitored.”

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And that could prevent a TON of overtreatment and help many, many men have better lives – because they don’t get unnecessary surgeries.

The big challenge with prostate cancer

Cancer is a scary word. It brings up images of people in massive pain, fading away until nothing is left. 

Because of that, a lot of times when guys hear the words “prostate cancer” they just want to get it out of their bodies.

But most of the time, with prostate cancer that approach is a mistake. 

Because MOST prostate cancer never leaves the prostate and men can just leave it alone because it will never do them any harm.

Cancers that are contained in the prostate, however, have the potential to be ‘actively monitored’ which is not only cheaper, but has far fewer negative side effects in patients with non-life-threatening cancer.”

However, there are a FEW types of prostate cancer that are really aggressive.

Those do need to be treated. 

And that’s why it’s important to be able to tell which cancer is dangerous and which can just be actively monitored.

“To put it another way: How do we distinguish the tiger cancer cells from the pussycat cancer cells, when there are millions of patterns of chemical alterations going on, many of which will be perfectly healthy?”

Up until now it wasn’t always easy to tell these types of cancers apart.

But new technology is emerging that makes it easier to know which cancers are really dangerous. 

Researchers are doing this by looking at cancers at the GENETIC level.

“It is now understood that to find the different levels of cancer, scientists have to identify genes that have been altered in different cancer types. The team analysed more than 500 cancer tissue samples and compared them with non-cancer tissue to search for patterns of a chemical group that is added to part of the DNA molecule, altering gene expression.”

Unfortunately, this technology is still very new and is not available to the public yet.

“To take this method out of the laboratory, the team are now investigating a further trial with new cancer samples, and hope to involve a commercial partner to allow this to be used for patients being treated in the NHS.”

That’s why I’m going to stick to the same approach I’ve been taking with my prostate.

I’m not a doctor, so I’m not telling YOU what to do…

But right now, while these new tests are still being developed, I’m not getting prostate cancer screenings myself.

They haven’t been proven to do a single thing to extend life and they end up creating MASSIVE problems with overtreatment. 

And I’m not willing to risk urinary problems or “rockiness” problems for treatments that haven’t been proven to extend life.

When this new technology becomes widely available, I may change my mind. We’ll see.

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I’ve found that prostate problems and “rockiness” problems have the SAME cause.

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It’s been proven again and again. As in this study:

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“These data strongly suggest that BPH is an immune inflammatory disease.”

What does this mean?

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.


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