If there has been no surgical operation, it is possible to first attempt to treat the neoplasia through urethral catheters which allow the spreading of the saline solutions inside the prostatic lobes through the ducts. It is possible to combine this with periglandular infiltrations applied transrectally by utilizing very long needles of the type used for amniocentesis.
Where it is not possible to treat the mass adequately or in the presence of post-surgical relapse, the administration of sodium bicarbonate repeated in cycles of 6-7-8 days per month directly in the pudendal artery generally turns out to be extremely effective.
In the presence of a concomitant invasion of the pelvic cavity, it is possible to adopt the same therapeutic scheme used for peritoneal carcinosis, that is, by using a small catheter to position inside the abdomen and close to the mass.
Possible bone metastasis, instead, requires a completely different therapeutic approach, which depends on both the number and location of the lesions.
If the lesions are not numerous, it is appropriate to program a cycle of targeted radiotherapy for each one, supported by 500 cm3 sodium bicarbonate phleboclyses to be administered after each session with the purpose of preventing a further germination and spreading of fungin cells.
Each physical treatment that destroys neoplastic matter, in fact, implies the simultaneous destruction of a quota of the tissues of the host. It is this cellular death that works as both bait and lifesaver for the fungin cells which manage to survive by nourishing themselves with the decomposing tissues.
Radiotherapy, laser therapy, or thermo-ablation generally fails for this reason, as they leave those cellular units that are able to vigorously resume the proliferation once the treatment is over at the periphery of the treated area. I am convinced of this because I have studied the behavior of the fungin colonies in depth, especially during the first years of application of my method of therapy.
Where there were epithelial tumors, I even tried burning them with instruments that were red hot, and well beyond the actual size of the tumors, but it was useless. After just 10-20 minutes, I was observing fungin cells at the periphery of the burn that were more vital than ever.