Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Surviving Prostate Cancer: Charlie Rice's Story

Charlie Rice, a Vietnam veteran, says, "It's not over until it's over;" and he has lived his life to prove it.
As a young man, he fought for his country and as a firefighter for many years he served his community. His next battle was prostate cancer.

He felt quite rejected by the traditional medical establishment and searched far and wide to take measures to fight his cancer. He changed his lifestyle and his diet, but still his PSA was creeping up.

When he was introduced to me, I discovered that an old injury in Vietnam was the missing piece that needed to be addressed.

Click here to view the video!

1 comment:

  1. This is an incredible video. It's so fantastic to see someone taking charge of their life like this, and finding ways to fix their problems without the need for all sorts of invasive surgery and becoming heavily medicated!

    Charlie Rice's is certainly an inspiring story, and I'm amazed at how something as big, but overlooked, as lead levels can be so terribly dangerous.

    Thank you for sharing this with the world Dr. Eliaz!