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Bob Clark - Prostate Cancer

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Robert Clark was diagnosed with Stage 1 Prostate cancer. His work as a cranberry farmer in the ‘70s may have exposed him to some harmful, cancer-causing pesticides and herbicides. Now, for anyone that knows about prostate cancer, there is a high tendency to remove the prostate using the da Vinci Surgical System, a robot commonly used for prostatectomies. This can lead to problems with controlling urine, blood in the urine and sexual dysfunction. On the other hand, radiation treatment can lead to similar side effects, including Peyronie’s disease, a deformation of the male genitalia. This type of surgical or radiation treatment procedure may deplete your quality of life, but in some cases it’s necessary. Integrative approaches should be used regardless, to help patient reach entirely better overall health.

But Bob didn’t have to face any of that. A good friend of his recommended Envita to him, so he checked into their program and got started. Even better, because Bob’s cancer was caught at such an early stage, he didn’t need chemotherapy or radiation treatment. Instead, his immune system was cranked back up to an 11 using immunotherapy and nutritional therapy developed by Envita’s medical team.

Envita normally doesn’t share testimonials until after a long period of remission. In Bob’s case, he’s had eight years without any return of the cancer. Bob was smart and approached his cancer using the world’s latest technologies. This reminds us how powerful the human body is at healing when provided the correct steps. He used nothing but powerful natural treatments. Does integrative medicine work? For those with experience, it’s the most complete form of care.

Thanks to Envita, Bob returned to his quality of life without having to give up his prostate or suffer through surgery and side effects. Congratulations Bob. We all wish continued success in your health.