Dear Mr. Chow,
In November of 1999 my doctor at the Veterans Administration Hospital told me that I had prostate cancxx and 3 to 6 months to live. She gave me three options. I could have surgery, chemotherapy or do nothing. I chose not to go the traditional western medicine route.
I went from walking and working out 5 days a week to only have enough energy to float in a pool one day a week by April of 2000. My son then brought me Ty-e and I began taking it in April of 2000. I had an appointment with my doctor in May of 2000 and she said that my condition had stabilized and was not getting worse.
My next appointment was in August of 2000. I went for the preliminary blood test. After the results came in my appointment to see the doctor was cancelled because they said that may be some mistake and I had to take the test again. Two weeks later when I saw the doctor after they did the second test she said my PSA test was normal. She couldn’t understand what had happened.
I take Ty-e daily and exercise at a gym 6 days a week now. January 1, 2007 is my 91st birthday and I feel better than I did when I was 40. My family and I thank you very much.
Maj. Anthony A. Alico