A World Renown Prostate Expert at the Harvard Medical Center has discovered a “Zero-Gravity Hack” that Astronauts use at NASA that can help men relieve prostate problems.
Frustrating I’m sure, if you hit the play button and found it was a picture. Not recently but I have clicked into a couple of these links but never got to the end of one which have been endless waffle about what they are about to say.
The frequency of these advertisements has increased, possibly because the internet knows my age but otherwise it’s not something I search or show any current interest in.
Quite the opposite, I’m getting annoyed by the quantity of these prostate promotions.
I’m aware the thinking was evolving about 6 yesrs back and I haven’t kept up to date with the changes.
Anyone reliably informed about the post covid prostate position.
My antivirus software flags the link above as a threat, so perhaps give it a miss.
Pretty much what I suspected @JohnPotter
I thought it was about time for an update relevant to the New Zealand.
I searched Stuff, for media activity.
There is little recently, on prostate cancer.
Lots of people do things, trying to raise money.
Or promote awareness, and getting tested.
NZ does do reaseach, so that’s good.
And new medicine, is happening for prostate cancer.
We can’t say, the government does nothing.
And it was trialing, screening effectiveness.
I don’t think any political party, has a prostate cancer policy.
None that involve a National policy, free for eligible men.
If a cheap effective test, existed as an option.
Where is it, and why does no nation have it.
So maybe that’s the problem, there is no prostate test.
Why isn’t that problem, on humans list of things to solve.
Why isn’t that an emergency, look at all the deaths.
A great achievement, just waiting to happen.
Maybe old men dying, have already stoped earning and paying taxes.
Somehow there value to the crown alive, isn’t worth investing in.
The budget already overspending, and the media isn’t asking why not.
You can go get tested, but it’s not policy or free.
It’s also relatively cheap, to get tested.
A friend who graduated from medical school some time last century was posted to Whangārei upon graduation.
One of his first patients was an old country farmer who arrived with a note from his local GP that says,
“Can’t pee, please see.”
Was at a Support Meeting last night. The Prostate Cancer Foundation had their annual conference a few weeks ago. General consensus was that surgery and radiation are becoming more accurate. More robotic surgery leads to shorter recovery times (gotta get men out working and paying tax/child support asap, eh !) Worldwide, there were 4000 research studies into Prostate Cancer. Who knows what the conclusions are but some people must have made a lot of money !