Welcome to the forum! While natural treatments may be effective in treating prostate cancer, with your dad's high PSA, it would be more effective to add some aggressive treatments that will help your dad with both the quality and the length of his life.
All of us here fear prostate cancer, but sticking one's head in the sand doesn't make it go away or get better. As his loving daughter, maybe you can have a heart-to-heart talk with your dad to get him to be evaluated.
There is hope, but he has to take the first step.
Take care and hang in there...Tim
Age 59 PSA velocity quadrupled in 1 yr (0.6 to 2.5)
DRE neg 1 of 12 biopsies positive (5%)
Open surgery June 2006
Cancer confined to one small area of prostate
Gleason 5 PSA's undetectable
Post Edited (TimG) : 4/10/2008 9:48:13 AM (GMT-6)