Reversing Diabetes to Control Prostate Cancer – A case Study

Majid Ali, M.D.

I anticipate some chuckles at the title of this case report. What is he on? might be the question in some minds. Reversing diabetes to control prostate cancer? Preposterous! Why would anyone think of that? What could be more irrational than that? Some others may not be so generous in the choice of their words.


I am confident that those who might chuckles will stop chuckling if they read the full report and consider my reasons for choosing the words in the title of the report.


Simply stated, my Oxygen Model of Diabetes holds dysfunctional oxygen signaling at the root of diabetes. My Oxygen Model of Cancer also holds dysfunctional oxygen signaling at the root of cancer development and progression.  My Oxygen Model of Co-Morbidity predicts that controlling or reversing one chronic disease with oxygen direct and/or indirect therapies will be helpfulful in controlling or reversing another coexisting chronic disease. These models provide the scientific basis of my attempt to reverse diabetes type 2 to control prostate cancer in the case study presented below.


Case Study of Reversal of Diabetes to Control Prostate Cancer

In 2011, a 54-year-old man consulted me for diabetes type 2 (treated with metformin), prostate cancer (Gleason score 3+3), fatigue, and deterioration of general health. His PSA (prostate-specific antigen) test result was 6 and his A1c test result was 6.6%, indicating inability of metformin medication to keep blood sugar levels in the desirable range. He elected to use our Oxygen Protocols for reversing diabetes and controlling cancer. He discontinued metformin medication for diabetes in 2013. In the summer of 2015. his A1c test was 5.7% and his PSA test result was 3.8. The table below shows his 3-hour glucose and insulin profiles for the years 2012, 2013, and 2015. Note that the 2015 results show glucose in the normal range.

Brown, Carl. 54-yr-old 5’11’ weighing 168 (in 2012) with diabetes, prostate cancer (Gleason 3+3) on Metformin BID

10.15.2012

Fasting

1 Hr

2 Hr

3 Hr

4 Hr

Insulin

<2

11

13

7

Glucose

79

209

228

168

4.2.2013 A1c 5.9

Insulin

<2

10

14

12

Glucose

93

217

220

139

10.28.2014 A1c

Insulin

Fasting

1/2 Hr

1 Hr

2 Hr

3 Hr

Insulin

2.1

4.8

12.2

10.1

6.2

Glucose

83

118

158

175

105

Note that that the 2014 glucose profile shows no evidence of diabetes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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