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Pictures of Prostate Cancer ?

Pictures of prostate cancer are very difficult to find on the Internet. I have done extensive research and have had no success finding any pictures of prostate cancer. The photos on this page show samples of debris that I think are abnormal. They are angry looking debris and I believe they are pictures of prostate cancer, probably in the formative stage. At any rate, I was able to get them out of my prostate by using Alternative Prostate Treatment.

In the interest of accurate documentation, I am stating that this web site is being constructed while my prostate drainage is in progress.

On day 28 of the baths, concerned about the amount of debris in my prostate, I began to take an arterial cleanse, 10 (multivitamin and mineral supplement) tablets per day. That may, or may not, have contributed to the amount and nature of the debris passed in subsequent days. Also, the color of my urine, from the beginning of the arterial cleanse, has been a bright lime-green which I attributed to excess vitamins being expelled, as surplus, by my body.

On day 48 (Jan. 30, 2003) of the baths I passed a "hairy" piece of debris and another piece later that same day. There is no doubt in my mind as to the nature of that debris, from my prostate, so I am including, on this page, a photo of each incident of that sort. The color of my urine has changed back to normal, from lime-green. Has the exposure of the hairy debris in the acini of my prostate resulted in my body now marshaling all of its resources and fully utilizing the vitamins to combat this newly exposed threat?

Toward the end of April my urine returned to the lime-green color that is usually present when I take large amounts of vitamins.

I believe that these photos are proof that this method of drainage will cleanse debris, of any nature, from the prostate.

The scan from July 31, 2003 shows some hairy tentacles that appear to be embedded in the more "normal" debris or more correctly, the type of debris that I have accepted as the norm.


"One picture speaks a thousand words."

The first appearance of hairy prostate debris.

Hairy debris from Feb.1, 2003.

Hairy prostate debris from Feb. 2, 2003.

Hairy prostate debris from  Feb. 7, 2003.

More hairy prostate debris from Feb. 7, 2003.

Hairy prostate debris using a paper match for size comparison.

Hairy prostate debris from Mar. 3, 2003.

Hairy prostate debris among various types of prostate debris.

Hairy prostate debris from March 7, 2003.

Smaller hairy prostate debris.

Debris from July 31, 2003

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