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Prostate Cancer and the “Invasion of the Prostate Snatchers: No more unnecessary biopsies, radical treatment, or loss of sexual potency.” - An Interview with Mark Scholz MD

mark_scholz_color_interview2Learn How Prostate Cancer Patients Can Reduce Their Risk to Unnecessary Biopsies, Radical Treatments, or Loss of Sexual Potency and 'Beat' Prostate Cancer While Actually Becoming Healthier

Kirk Hamilton interviews Dr. Mark Scholz, internist, oncologist and medical director of Prostate Oncology Specialists Inc. in Marina del Rey, CA.. Dr. Scholz places great emphasis on early detection and "active surveillance" of prostate cancer using less invasive medical therapies when appropriate, along with diet, supplements, exercise and spirit-mind/body practices. Dr. Scholz spends a great deal of his time on public education regarding prostate cancer through research, writing and such organizations as the Prostate Cancer Research Institute (PCRI). This interview reviews a new book on prostate cancer co-authored by Dr. Scholz entitled, "Invasion of the Prostate Snatchers: No More Unnecessary Biopsies, Radical Treatment, or Loss of Sexual Potency." Also listen to Dr. Scholz's original Staying Healthy Today interview entitled: "Prostate Cancer Treated as A Chronic Disease - One Oncologist's Approach" taped last September 30, 2009.

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