I know of Horan's theory and I hold with some of it (but not all). I think it is absolutely right that men have been sold a line with the promise of cure - no responsible oncologist ever talks about a cure for cancer; that is just a word peddled by lazy journalists. Lots of men seem to achieve a full or at least sustained remission but I suspect that if men lived long enough, most would have a recurrence sooner or later. Take my dad; 60 at diagnosis, successful RP, unremarkable pathology, undetectable PSA (ultrasensitive) for 13 years and then a recurrence. Doubling time of around 2 years, and now 82 years old, Mr P estimates that it will be 20 years before it kills him.