“As with all the men attempting to find a way out of the death sentence imposed by a prostate cancer ruling,” McLaughlin stated, “I plan to be part of the quest for a solution…to find needles in any number of haystacks…real cures! But this work needs the combined efforts of a multitude of prostate cancer victims, all working together to pass on to us the real gold, the cures that they have used themselves and found to work in shutting down their rising PSA test scores. Working together, we can do this.”
The plan is simple. Prostate cancer victims are asked to fill out a simple ‘Cure Success Survey’. Any prostate cancer sufferer can participate in the survey whether that victim has been successful or has perhaps struggled through any number of attempts to find a cure to control PSA test score results. The survey collects only the key information that clearly identifies what works and what does not. This information will greatly help other prostate cancer victims.
The stakes are high. Every year about 35,000 men will die of prostate cancer. One in six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime. Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in American men, behind lung cancer and about 1 man in 36 will die of prostate cancer.
McLaughlin's quest is to assemble empirical data about prostate cure claims - that are not yet proven - but may be. Those who fill out the survey and become members will receive information as to the veracity of prostate cancer cures…information that at first is simply unproven claims. As time goes by the collection of information will hone in on prostate cancer cures that have been PROVEN and repeatedly verified by the very prostate cancer victims who have pioneered their use.
“We are asking,” continued McLaughlin, “the lucky few who have discovered a prostate cancer cure that really worked for them to fill out a ‘Cure Success Survey’ as soon as possible. It only takes a few minutes and there is no cost or risk involved. The multitudes of prostate cancer victims need to hear about these success stories. And we need to hear about failures too, so that hopeful prostate cancer victims do not waste precious time pointlessly chasing their dream of a cure.”
Tom McLaughlin is available for media interview and can be reached using the information below. More information is available at the group’s website. Prostate cancer victims can take the ‘Cure Success Survey’ by visiting http://www.surveygizmo.com/
Tom McLaughlin holds an MBA in Executive Management and has extensive experience in directing a wide range of software and product development projects for Fortune 500 companies. He is particularly well suited to head up an operation to collect and organize Cure Success Survey responses to ensure that the compiled information presented to members is easily understood and suitable for intuitive usage.
Mr. McLaughlin was diagnosed with a Gleason 8 prostate cancer in year 1998 and soon thereafter underwent a radical prostatectomy. Since the surgery his PSA has gradually risen to 5.2. He has been on a program of “Watchful Waiting” for the entire time. He devotes much of his time to researching cures for prostate cancer.