I have a lot of guys contact me regularly about prostate cancer.
They want to know if aspirin can help them prevent prostate cancer.
So in this newsletter, I’m going to discuss aspirin and how to prevent prostate cancer.
If you find out that you have prostate cancer, you might want your first stop to be the aspirin bottle.
Aspirin is pretty amazing, and it’s not given nearly enough credit.
That’s because medicine is based on a flawed model.
Medicine talks about the “mutant cancer cell” and how to get rid of it.
We’ll talk about that mutant model today in the newsletter as well.
And you’ll see how this model results in a lot of cutting and treatments that do more damage.
In fact, prostate surgery can render a man completely impotent for the rest of his life.
And typically, the surgery doesn’t even help the man live longer or stay cancer free.
Now it turns out that the whole issue of breast cancer in women and prostate cancer in men is highly related.
The same things that cause breast cancer also cause prostate cancer.
It makes sense since a lot of their cells and structures very similar.
Now, men do get breast cancer sometimes.
And of course, women don’t get prostate cancer because they don’t have a prostate.
But aside from that, what works for one will work for the other.
And there are many more studies on breast cancer than prostate cancer, even though prostate cancer is more common.
So much for feminism!
But the good news is that aspirin could be the key to avoiding unnecessary and dangerous surgeries.
Aspirin does so many things that there’s really no current chemical explanation for it.
And it all comes down to the fact that there aren’t enough studies being done on aspirin.
That’s because modern medicine and medical research are so hung up on the idea of receptors.
The whole idea of receptors doesn’t make sense when you think about it.
There’s just no way that there could be enough receptors in the cells and in the human body to account for how things really work.
Something like aspirin just has so many profound positive effects on the body that nobody can really explain it.
So in this case, let’s look at how aspirin can block tumor cells:
Basically, what this study shows is that aspirin can block cells from reproducing in a tumor.
It shows further that aspirin can actually transform a cancer cell into a healthy cell.
We find that aspirin not only prevents breast tumor cell growth, but also significantly reduces the self-renewal capacity and growth of breast tumor-initiating cells, cancer stem cells, and delays the formation of a palpable tumor.
In essence, aspirin cures prostate cancer.
This is a profoundly good study.
The researchers worked with both mice and test tube cultures.
And they found that aspirin had the same effects on cancer cells all of the applications they tested.
What’s really exciting about this is that these findings fly in the face of what modern medicine thinks.
And Big Pharma says that a mutation causes cancer.
It pushes the idea that once this mutation happens, a tumor grows from these mutant cells.
This serves big Pharma very well because they can sell people chemotherapy designed to get rid of the mutant cells.
And the chemotherapy can cost tens of thousands of dollars per year or even per treatment.
However, I don’t think that this mutant cancer doctrine is true.
I’m certainly not smart enough to have come up with the alternatives.
But brilliant scientists have debunked this very flawed mutant cell model of cancer — repeatedly.
Except, for some reason, our doctors are still trained in the mutant cancer idea.
Way back in the 1930s, Dr. Otto Warburg discovered that cancer cells have a different metabolism than normal cells.
He called it a “cancer metabolism.”
And cancer metabolism is reversible.
A cell that is in the cancer metabolism can become a normal cell.
And that’s exactly what this study shows with aspirin.
For dosages, I’m not going to recommend any particular dosage.
But, you want to discuss aspirin with your doctor.
There are ways of taking aspirin that minimize the chances of stomach bleeding and distress.
And even large amounts of aspirin are quite safe when taken properly.
Even if you have some trouble with it, it’s still a safer cure for prostate cancer than surgery.
In fact, aspirin and cancer prevention go together perfectly.
Aspirin is probably one of the most potent ways to prevent and treat prostate cancer.
And it is quite possible that just taking a full strength aspirin or two every day will minimize your chances of getting prostate cancer.