An Alternative Approach
Prostate cancer and it’s cause were the main subjects featured on the television show “Know The Cause” which aired Thursday, April 11th 2013. Here’s what we learned.
What Does The PSA Test Measure? These 3 doctors say the PSA Test measures fungus:
“Structurally, the PSA molecule is a 33-kiloDalton serine protease (enzyme), which was found to be produced by the Fungi Aspergillus flavus, A. Fumigatus, A. oryzae, Ophiostoma piceae, and Scedeosporium apiospermum, all of which are sac (ascomycete) fungi.”
Book: FungalBionics — A.V. Constantini, MD, Heinrich Wieland, MD, Lars Qvick, MD, 1998
What does the INVENTOR of the PSA Test have to say about what the medical institution has done with his creation?
“Each year some 30 million American men undergo testing for prostate-specific antigen, an enzyme made by the prostate, at a cost of $3 Billion Dollars. I never dreamed that my discovery four decades ago would lead to such a profit-driven public health disaster. More than 1 million men have been over diagnosed and treated for prostate cancer.”
–Dr. Richard J. Ablin, research professor of Immunobiology and Pathology at the University of Arizona College of Medicine
We also learned according to a medical journal named the American Society of Clinical Oncology, 2011:
“John Hopkins researchers have found that the anti-fungal drug Sporanox prevents prostate cancer from advancing.”
Chemist and Nutritionist Kyle Drew was a featured guest of “Know The Cause” host Doug Kaufmann. They discussed how another anti-fungal drug known as Nizoral was also known to knock PSA numbers way down, and how few people realize there are certain foods known to contain fungal poisons that should be avoided the day and night before a PSA test like corn and peanuts.
Doug and Kyle discussed why other things to be avoided right before a PAP smear for women and a PSA test for men includes consuming anything fermented with yeast like beer, wine (alcoholic beverages), and especially taking antibiotics which are created from fungus and known to cause yeast infections; as the numbers of theses tests are likely to be way high.
“Know The Cause” is a no-nonsense, cutting edge health show that helps common everyday people like you and I to simply do the math according to what’s already known and talked about by leading doctors in their fields of studying immunity, cancer, and disease.
Thus far in this article about this day’s show alone we’ve learned that the PSA test measures fungus, certain foods and beverages we enjoy and drugs we commonly ingest are infected with fungus, and that certain anti-fungal drugs are known to stop cancer growth.
This is why Doug Kaufmann stands firmly on the belief that fungus causes cancer, that you and I have what it takes to eat a certain way, and to take certain anti-fungal drugs and natural substances known to starve and kill fungus –especially when nothing else seems to be working against cancer.
Get ready for Doug and Kyle’s 2nd arrival to North Central Louisiana this coming fall when they come to Grambling State University’s School of Nursing to present a free health seminar for nurses and general public.
Here is a link to this featured article’s show “Know The Cause”
To learn more about Doug’s anti-fungal approach to cancer and many other diseases, as well as his recommended anti-fungal diet, go to his website by clicking here: www.knowthecause.com
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