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Both benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and prostate cancer affect the prostate gland. In both BPH and prostate cancer, the prostate gland gets larger. BPH is benign. This means it's not cancer and it can't spread. Prostate cancer can spread to other parts of your body. Both BPH and prostate cancer are common. About 1 out of every 7 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, and 1 out of every 2 men in their 50s will have BPH. BPH and prostate cancer treatment can be effective by proper diet and lifestyle. Mainstream's prostate cancer treatment creates more side effects statistically and arguably is no better than conservative treatment. Anti inflammatory supplements, dietary enzymes and quality vitamin supplements have proven themselves in multiple good research studies. PSA levels are really a measure of inflammation and can just mean a benign enlarged prostate. PSA stands for prostate specific antigen. Rapidly accelerating PSA levels are significant in prostate cancer treatment. My book covers all this.