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Prostate Cancer – FAQ’s

Q. Can prostate cancer kill you?

While devastating, prostate cancer is not a life sentence. With the right diagnosis and treatment plan, it is entirely treatable and usually disappears forever (goes into remission) If you seek preventative care, you can keep from developing prostate cancer in the first place!

Q. Is stage IV prostate cancer curable?

For most people, a stage IV prostate cancer is not curable. However, in most cases, it is diagnosed begore reaching stage 4.

Q. Can prostate cancer go into remission?

Even a metastatic prostate cancer can go into remission through hormonal therapy. However, in some cases, the cancer cells learn to grow without male hormone.

Q. What foods kill prostate cancer?

Adding the following food items in your diet can help you fight prostate cancer better:

  • Tomatoes
  • Broccoli
  • Green tea
  • Legumes and soybeans
  • Pomegranate juice
  • Fish

Q. Are eggs bad for prostate cancer?

Research says that men who consume 2.5 or more eggs per week have an 81% higher risk of getting lethal prostate cancer compared to men who consumed less than half an egg per week. Consumption of red meat and poultry also increases the risk of prostate cancer.

Q. Is ginger good for prostate cancer?

Research shows that ginger exerts significant growth-inhibitory and death-inductory effects in a spectrum of prostate cancer cells. Hence, consuming it regularly can help you fight prostate cancer better.

Q. Can prostate cancer be transmitted?

Prostate cancer is not a sexually transmitted infection (STI) or disease. It cannot be transmitted from one person to another through sex or any other means.

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