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Reagan Houston

December 1922 -

Houston, a research chemical engineer, was diagnosed eleven years ago with prostate cancer. His PSA, a measure of the cancer, had doubled in six months-a sign of aggressive cancer. He chose hormone therapy and Hoffer-type vitamins. After one year, he stopped two hormones but continued the Proscar and vitamins. He is in excellent remission with essentially no side effects and a PSA of 0.3. A PSA of 4 or less is normal. He never had surgery, chemotherapy, radiation or Pain. Side effects are minimal. Email

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