Prostate Cancer Symptoms

1. Case - 68 year old male subject with prostate cancer.

Diagnosed with prostate cancer in April of 2008. His prostate specific antigen (PSA) count was 23 in April 1997 and increased to 40 in October of 2007. Received an implant in his stomach (hormone therapy) in February 1998 to prepare him for radiation therapy.

Began taking TMA-Z in November of 2007. His PSA levels continued to drop monthly after beginning the TMA-Z therapy. His latest PSA count taken in mid-March shows a level of 2.4. Patient has made a decision to not take radiation treatment.

His general condition is very good. He has put on weight and reports that he feels better now than he has for two years.