Prostate, Male Breast, Skin Lumps & Bumps: What To Do & First Steps


Here are the first steps to protect and help prevent cancer when PSI levels are high for prostate, or for when you have a lump in your breast, or you have a basal cell carcinoma cut off.  The below information will help you take the first steps when any one of these things happen.
Information on vitamins and nutritional tips that help fight against these three specific cancers or help shrink tumors in two out of  these three cancers is also posted along with links on these three specific cancers.  I am not a doctor or give medical advice.  That should be left up to your doctor.  This article is information that I have compiled from my own experience of studying and researching  the benefits of nutrition and vitamins on people who are diagnosed and or for the prevention of these certain types of cancer.
1. Prostate – The PSA is a test used to measure a protein called prostate specific antigen in the blood. Men with prostate cancer often do have elevated PSA levels, however levels can fluctuate and increase based on a number of factors that are unrelated to cancer. The
PSA test is also notorious for producing false positives and negatives. Due to these variables, the PSA is not considered to be a diagnostic tool or even an effective screening test when used alone. It is coupled with a digital rectal exam for prostate cancer screening, but ultimately, it is a prostate biopsy that either confirms or rules out cancer.
Here are useful links:
Life Extension magazines Article “Eating Your Way To Prostate Cancer.”
WebMD “High PSA Level? Second Check After 6 weeks Before Biopsy”
Mayo Clinic “Prostate Cancer Prevention: Ways To Reduce Your Risk”
2. Breast – The male breast is composed of a mixture of tissue types, any of which may give rise to a mass or swelling. Cancerous breast tumors in men are rare, but do occur. Men can also develop benign, or non-cancerous breast disorders, causing breast lumps.
According to Cancer.org., gynecomastia, a non-cancerous disorder, is a condition characterized by an increase in tissue in a man’s breast and can present as a disk-like growth. The characteristics of a lump and the patient’s age are important criteria in evaluating any breast mass.
Here are useful links:
Livestrong.com “Breast Lumps In A Male”
Life Extension Magazine  “Various Studies On Nutrition & Cancer – Alcohol & Cancer”
3. Basal Cell Carcinoma – Basal cell carcinoma is a slow-growing form of skin cancer. Skin cancer falls into two major groups:  Nonmelanoma and melanoma. Basal cell carcinoma is a type of nonmelanoma skin cancer.
Here are useful links:
American Cancer Society “Basil & Squamous Cell PDF”
Life Extension Magazine “Incredible Articles & Tips On Skin Aging & Cancers”
Tomorrow on Tuesday, July 3rd
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