The prostate gland is a male organ situated beneath the bladder that assists with the production of sperm. Cells within the prostate can become cancerous and grow unchecked. The vast majority of these cases fall within the ‘adenocarcinoma’ category but there are other, much rarer forms.
More than 90% of the time, this type of cancer is discovered before it spreads beyond the prostate gland. This provides ample time to monitor and curb its growth with natural treatments.
A prostate cancer diagnosis generally begins with one of two basic screening tests: a rectal exam or a blood analysis. If there are abnormalities in either test, a followup ultrasound, MRI, or tissue sample will provide a conclusive diagnosis.
For confirmed cases, the final step is determining how far the cancer has progressed.
In cases of advanced prostate cancer, traditional treatments include surgically removing the prostate, radiation therapy to kill cancerous cells, and cryotherapy.
Miskawaan advises immunotherapy, detox protocols, and lifestyle adjustments to fight the cancer on as many fronts as possible.
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