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    A very hopeful cancer treatment or cure on the horizon?

    These researchers have found that injecting a patient with a modified super dose of measles effectively and nearly immediately shrunk a cancer tumor.

    https://returntonow.net/2019/02/09/m...r-in-36-hours/

    It doesn’t mention prostate but there’s hope!
    2006: 1.6 PSA age 36
    2007: 1.3 PSA age 37
    2012: 2.2 PSA age 42
    2013: 2.6 PSA age 43
    2014: 2.8 PSA age 44
    2015: 3.1 PSA age 45
    2016: 3.5 PSA age 46
    2017: ? N/A
    3/18– 4.1 PSA at 48 YO. u/s measured 46 ml prostate
    3/18–free PSA 10%
    3/18–12 core all negative
    9/18– 4.5 PSA
    9/18– negative pca3
    12/18- 4K at 17%
    12/18- 3t MRI, 5mm pirads 3-4 and a pirads 1-2
    2/19- Fusion biopsy. G6 (3+3) 20% of a single core
    AS for now
    4/19-PSA at 7.21 (up from 4.5 in September 2018! Gulp
    6/19-PSA back down to 4.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceStationZebra View Post
    These researchers have found that injecting a patient with a modified super dose of measles effectively and nearly immediately shrunk a cancer tumor.

    https://returntonow.net/2019/02/09/m...r-in-36-hours/

    It doesn’t mention prostate but there’s hope!
    Within 36 hours, a tumor the size of a golf ball on her forehead had disappeared, and within two weeks there was no cancer detectable in her body.”

    Is this even biologically possible? I can’t get rid of poison ivy in 36 hours.

    https://youtu.be/FuUAlChGonE
    Last edited by Duck2; 02-09-2019 at 08:35 PM.
    DOB 5/1957

    PSA - 11/2010=1.9, 6/12=2.3, 12/13=2.19, 12/14=2.64, 3/17=5.29, 3/17=3.91, 6/17=3.47, 12/17=4.50, 12/17=3.80, free PSA low risk (local (Uro, “My opinion you don’t have cancer), 8/18=5.13, 10/18=5.1, 10/19 ISO PSA 56% risk cancer. All DREs negative.

    DX 12/18, GS 8, 4+4 6/12 cores, LL Apex 100%, LM Apex 60%, LL Mid 50%, LMM 40%, LL Base 5%, LM <5%, Right side negative, (Uro opinion “This has been going on for a year”.... ah, more like 2 years ). Bone scan/CT negative

    2/25/19 Robotic Laparoendoscopic Single Site Surgery outpatient Cleveland Clinic,

    3/6/19. Pathology - Grade Group 4 with Intraductal Carinoma
    T3aNO, GS8, 21 mm unifocal tumor 10%. -7 Nodes, - SV, - Margins, - PNI,
    - bladder neck neg., +LVI, + EPE non focal apex/mid lateral 1mm max extension, Cribriform pattern present. Decipher .86 High Risk.

    PSA 3/27/19 .03. (29 days)
    4/25/19 <.03. (58 days)
    5/25/19 <.02. (88 days)
    9/10/2019. <.02. (198 days)

    ADT - 6/3/19
    ART - 8/5/19

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck2 View Post
    Within 36 hours, a tumor the size of a golf ball on her forehead had disappeared, and within two weeks there was no cancer detectable in her body.”

    Is this even biologically possible? I can’t get rid of poison ivy in 36 hours.
    Good question. Maybe find someone with a bad case of measles and kiss them a few times next time you have poison ivy and report back? 😀

    If I had to guess being the newly coronated medical professional that I am thanks to this pca scare..... I’m thinking that it might have been the body’s reaction to a great big giant dose of the measles. The article made it sound like she had some instant and palpable reactions with the headache, etc. Maybe the body recognized the super dose of measles as being so severe that the body had to send all of it’s infection fighting ‘soldiers’ out to fight and then the cancer just got caught in the crossfire.

    I’d be concerned with a few questions:

    1). What if the body’s response also attacks healthy cells?

    2). What if you’re one of those people who can’t fight off the measles so you die cancer free from the measles?

    3). It’s clear the tumor disappeared and wasn’t THERE (as in where it was) any longer but did it dissolve the tumor into 10,000,000 individual cells of cancer that are landing in the lungs, brain and pancreas?

    It definitely has promise.
    2006: 1.6 PSA age 36
    2007: 1.3 PSA age 37
    2012: 2.2 PSA age 42
    2013: 2.6 PSA age 43
    2014: 2.8 PSA age 44
    2015: 3.1 PSA age 45
    2016: 3.5 PSA age 46
    2017: ? N/A
    3/18– 4.1 PSA at 48 YO. u/s measured 46 ml prostate
    3/18–free PSA 10%
    3/18–12 core all negative
    9/18– 4.5 PSA
    9/18– negative pca3
    12/18- 4K at 17%
    12/18- 3t MRI, 5mm pirads 3-4 and a pirads 1-2
    2/19- Fusion biopsy. G6 (3+3) 20% of a single core
    AS for now
    4/19-PSA at 7.21 (up from 4.5 in September 2018! Gulp
    6/19-PSA back down to 4.8

 

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