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Dick Moore

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I've recently been diagnosed and await ( impatiently) for a second opinion. Suggested treatment includes radiation and androgen supression therapy.
I'm investigating nutrition as a therapy,. Ihave acquired various supplements but don't know how much of what to take and when to take them.
 

Gigi

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I've recently been diagnosed and await ( impatiently) for a second opinion. Suggested treatment includes radiation and androgen supression therapy.
I'm investigating nutrition as a therapy,. Ihave acquired various supplements but don't know how much of what to take and when to take them

Hi Dick,

I’m sure I know less than you about therapies for your case, but basically I would consider nutrition only as an addition to the actions the doctors plan to do.

Anyway I wish you a good recovery.

Gigi
 

AudryLeigh

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Hey Dick,
I would suggest that you research this well. Doctors know a lot, but the state of the art is hard for them to keep up with, and some get too set in their ways. BEWARE though, of information you find on the Internet. Any yahoo can post anything they want, and they can claim to have whatever credentials they think will help their cause. No one vetts the information on the Internet, you have to do that yourself. In order to find genuine research papers and the like, you have to dig down several pages in your search results. People who have ulterior motives (e.g., selling supplements), and people who like to hear themselves talk make lots of posts and so get picked up quickly by the search engines. Genuine researchers don't have time for that. They make one post and sent a mass email to all their colleagues letting them know that they have posted a paper, and giving the URL to that post. Those posts, the genuinely authoritative ones on any given subject, get lost in the background noise and can end up many pages deep in search engine results. Anyway, do your homework. There is a LOT of research being done regarding all the prostate issues -- a lot more than doctors can [reasonably] keep up with. I wish you luck, and for the benefit of all of us here, please post any useful information you find (along with references, olease). I wish you good fortune in your search, and in your life in general.

Hugs,
Audry Leigh
 

AudryLeigh

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For the record, it's trans WOMEN who have a prostate, not trans men.

Hugs,
Audry
 
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