peanutbutter Posted May 17, 2011 Report Share Posted May 17, 2011 Just got back from the cancer doctor. No signs of a return of the cancer. The last time I saw this guy was about a eighteen months ago. At that time he had removed a 2cm sized tumor from the inside of my bladder. He told me he wanted to see me in three months. He also told me that this cancer had a 70% chance of returning. That says regular doses of Simpson oil. He ordered a PSA test for me. Which I was happy to hear. It seems to be a uniform reaction, to the consumption of Simpson oil, for a PSA score to fall very low. At this point it can't be said the lowered PSA translates into reduced cancer activity. These lowered scores begin within days of starting the oil. They consider a score of 1-4 acceptable. Zero is just fine. I've seen scores go from 8 to 0.1 within a couple of weeks. This seems to be the normal reaction. Anyway, I mentioned to him that a normal PSA does not necessarily translate into a lack of cancer activity. Anyway .. I'm cancer free at this time. And I intend to keep it that way. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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