Yesterday I got fired from one of my patients. This is the third time (that I know of) in my 15-year career that I don’t meet a patient’s expectations and they fire me as their doctor. His email to me reads like this: “I’ve decided to go elsewhere and decided you may have a conflict… [Read More]

  There’s a misconception between Cure vs. Survival as it relates to cancer. To most people cure means “ cancer free.” To physicians specializing in cancer, it means “5-year survival.” That’s absurd. So, if one is diagnosed with aggressive cancer but they live five years and one-day, poorly lived life mind you, that therapy was a… [Read More]

Chris is one of the most amazing CaPLESS Thrivers I know. When I first met him about six years ago, he was 47 years olds with a PSA of 27.0. After biopsy, we discovered he had Gleason 9 prostate cancer all over his prostate. But that’s not all. Three months after his prostatectomy, his PSA was… [Read More]

[ image from Natural Living Ideas]   All cells of the human body require energy in the form of Adenosine TriPhosphate (ATP) to support life. If you remember way back in high school, you learned that the mitochondria are the “powerhouse” of the cell as it produces the majority of ATP. When the mitochondria are… [Read More]

The penis is a barometer of male health. Since erectile dysfunction (ED) is closely linked to various forms of heart disease, failure to keep an erection may be a sign of an incoming cardiac event. STUDY DETAILS According to the Massachusetts Male Aging Study, conducted in 1994, erectile dysfunction is a common problem for aging… [Read More]

This morning David, my partner at XY Wellness, sent me this article from BBC news on how a guy, Henri Astier, in his mid-fifties cured himself of prostatitis with meditation. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has recognized and defined recognized prostatitis as one of four syndromes as follows: I –  Acute bacterial prostatitis – typically… [Read More]

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