Re a better diet - that is a good idea. But, it's highly unlikely that it will cure your cancer - don't count on it and get ready for a more encompassing approach.
I share Jim's sentiments. Personally, I've found nothing better in my own journey than to have an excellent primary care physician who had taken care of me regularly before the diagnosis and who knew my complete health history (and it was he who raised the first suspicions about
PC), an excellent Urologist who knew his way around PC issues, and a team of medical advisors who laid-out my options. I followed their advice and in my situation the results were and have been successful. All the best to you as you get through this scary part of being told you do or may have PC and then settling down as you make some rational, good for you choices/decisions.
Age: 65 (58 at diagnosis - June, 2008)
April '08 PSA 4.8 ("free PSA" 7.9), up from 3.5 year prior
June '08 had biopsy, 2 days later told results positive but in less than 1% of sample (Gleason's 3+3=6)
Developed sepsis 2 days post-biopsy, seriously ill in hospital for 3 days
Dr. recommended robotic removal using da Vinci; Surgery 9/10/08; Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL; Dr. Nadler.