“As a retired physician, I can honestly say that unless you are in a serious accident, your best chance of living to a ripe old age is to avoid doctors and hospitals and learn about nutrition, herbal medicine and other forms of natural medicine unless you are fortunate enough to have a naturopathic physician available. Almost all drugs are toxic and are designed only to treat symptoms and not to cure anyone. Vaccines are highly dangerous, have never been adequately studied or proven to be effective, and have a poor risk/reward ratio. Most surgery are unnecessary and most textbooks of medicine are inaccurate and deceptive. Almost every disease is said to be idiopathic (without known cause) or genetic – although this is untrue. In short, our mainstream medical system is hopelessly inept and/or corrupt. The treatment of cancer and degenerative diseases is a national scandal. The sooner you learn this, the better off you will be.”
— Alan Greenberg, MD
I did not take the above quote of Dr Greenberg serious when I first stumbled on it a few years ago, largely because it sounded rather unorthodox and extremist.
However as I write the chapter on “MY HEALTH: Prostate Enlargement and Me” which is an early draft of materials that will eventually constitute my memoire, I came to realise that I must have agreed entirely with the retired physician.
I am 68, diagnosed prostatic at 48, and have collaborated with my doctors for 20 years so far, in managing my prostate. Three times I have objected to surgery both at home and overseas and I convinced the proponents that I was, along with them, on top of things. I have experienced all ten symptoms of enlarged prostate. I worry over nothing even as I write.
It is my desire to eventually document a few but worthy facts of life in its completeness, including matters relating to prostate enlargement, with a view to sharing a few essential information which, although personal, could be useful enough to save some from avoidable surgery.
Regarding the subject at hand, full details will be published in my Memoire which is at its infancy. These experiences are very instructive, the useful part of which I feel obliged to share with others, indeed WITHOUT ANY CLAIM to even a distant knowledge of medicine or any technologies around it. It is not an intention to treat a desease but to discuss it in a lay manner.
Put it this way: If you are prostatic and you seat in front of me, we may both go away from the discussion with benefits.
I feel compelled to say, right-away as an opinion however, to those who suffer initial symptoms of prostate enlargement to avoid rushing into surgery. Better to understand it and support our doctors in their pursuit of treatment.
I am available for a conversation.
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August 1, 2017.