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Prostate cancer is the leading form of cancer in men. By age fifty, three out of four men have enlarged prostates, which can lead to serious health problems, including pain or difficulty during urination, sexual dysfunction, and possibly cancer. Traditional treatments for these prostate-related illnesses include surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, and even castration. These methods are dangerous and have potentially drastic results; but worst of all, they fail to address the real cause of prostate problems. In this updated edition of The Natural Prostate Cure, author Roger Mason provides a unique and effective alternative to risky prostate surgery and drug therapies. Based upon years of research by Mason and his peers, this essential book explains how most prostate problems originate from poor nutrition. Divided into three parts, the book opens with a basic lesson in a proper diet, and presents the best supplements for maintaining a healthy prostate. Part Two details the causes of and natural treatments for common prostate conditions, including cancer. In Part Three, the author discusses how hormone imbalances-largely caused by poor diet-are a major factor contributing to prostate issues. These final chapters provide natural hormone treatments that can prevent and combat these potentially serious conditions. With The Natural Prostate Cure, you can discover how to treat prostate problems safely, effectively, and naturally. You don't have to undergo life-threatening surgery or resort to taking dangerous drugs to maintain a healthy prostate.
Patrick Suskind's Perfume is a classic novel of death and sensuality in Paris 'In eighteenth-century France there lived a man who was one of the most gifted and abominable personages in an era that knew no lack of gifted and abominable personages. His name was Jean-Baptiste Grenouille, and if his name has been forgotten today, it is certainly not because Grenouille fell short of those more famous blackguards when it came to arrogance, misanthropy, immorality, or, more succinctly, wickedness, but because his gifts and his sole ambition were restricted to a domain that leaves no traces in history: to the fleeting realm of scent ...' 'An astonishing tour de force both in concept and execution' Guardian 'A fantastic tale of murder and twisted eroticism controlled by a disgusted loathing of humanity ...Clever, stylish, absorbing and well worth reading' Literary Review 'A meditation on the nature of death, desire and decay ...a remarkable debut' Peter Ackroyd, The New York Times Book Review 'Unlike anything else one has read. A phenomenon ...Everyone seems to want to get a whiff of this strange perfume, which will remain unique in contemporary literature' Figaro 'An ingenious and totally absorbing fantasy' Daily Telegraph 'Witty, stylish and ferociously absorbing' Observer Patrick Suskind was born near Munich, in 1949. He studied medieval and modern history at the University of Munich. His first play, The Double Bass, was written in 1980 and became an international success. His first novel, Perfume, became an internationally acclaimed bestseller. He is also the author of The Pigeon and Mr. Summer's Story, and a coauthor of the enormously successful German television series Kir Royal. Patrick Suskind lives and writes in Munich.
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