Prostate Cancer, The Facts Your Doctor Isn’t Likely Telling You.

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Prostate cancer is BIG BUSINESS for medi-sin. Despite the “Discoverer” of the Prostate Specific Antigen test stating “I never dreamed that my discovery four decades ago would lead to such a profit-driven public health disaster,” Dr. Richard Ablin. 

Even the Chief Scientific Officer for the American Cancer Society relates to people who promote PSA screening as working with the “Devil” because they deceive people about testing and treatments for prostate cancer. 

The Wild Doc delivers a hardcore true assessment of the facts and science behind the cancer industry! Dr. Dale also delivers hope and real strategies that have been clinically and scientifically proven to benefit those men diagnosed and dealing with prostate cancer. Natural strategies that are effective for prostate cancer and nutritional strategies have been found more effective against prostate cancer, better than the most expensive drugs and medical treatments. Facts that are delivered in this talk! 

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Testosterone Therapy in Men with Advanced Prostate Cancer

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