Steve I personally don't know how many prostate victims have CAD.
I do however, and my uroligist stated that it seemed a large portion of his
No scientific fact just a generalization.
"Steve Kramer" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>I just opened a book purporting to describe the best plan(s) for health for
> men with Prostate Cancer. I obtained it with the intent of learning more
> about supplements, vitamins, capsacin, etc. In the first three pages
> (including the Intro), the author thrice states that cardiovascular
> is the No. 1 killer of men; cancer being second. Also within those first
> pages is a chart showing the Top 5 as if saying it three times was not
> enough. And, of course, he asserts that one's ability to fight Prostate
> Cancer is increased with general overall health including low BP, low
> cholesterol, low weight, etc. Even then I was not prepared for this
> statement: Cardiovascular disease is the No. 1 killer of men WITH
> I have not read far enough to cite any stats on the subject, but it is
> apparent that your ability to fight this bastard is contingent upon sound
> judgments with regard to the rest of your daily regimen. And, once
> don't spoil it by setting yourself up for a heart attack.
> Now, if you have terminal cancer.... Well, I'll just have to think about
> that one.
> PSA 16 10/17/2000 @ 46
> Biopsy 11/01/2000 G7 (3+4), T2c
> RRP 12/15/2000 G7 (3+4), T3cN0M0 Neg margins
> PSA <.1 <.1 <.1 .27 .37 .75 PSAD 0.19 years
> EBRT 05-07/2002 @ 47
> PSA .34 .22 .15 .21 .32 PSAD .056 years
> Lupron 07/03 (1 mo) 8/03 and every 4 months there after
> PSA .07 .05 .06 .09 .08 .132 .145 PSAD 1.4 years
> Casodex added daily 07/06
> PSA undetectable since; last checked on 06/04/09
> Illegitimati non carborundum