Main Presentation: “Surviving Prostate Cancer without Surgery, Drugs or Radiation” by Peter Starr
March 10th, 2021 @ 4:00 pm PST
Despite earlier diagnosis and a substantial increase in the rate of diagnosis during the past 60 years, the death rate, in spite of some statistical ups and downs, remains about the same as it was in the 1930s. Current conventional treatment has done nothing to increase survival rates and statistics, five year and ten year numbers, do not show an increase in overall long term survival. The New England Journal of Medicine published a large study of the screening
procedure int he United States. The results show that over a period of 7 to 10 years, PSA screening did not reduce the death rate in men 55 and over. So what are men to do? Some listed to Peter Starr who has negotiated and thoroughly researched this topic and made a documentary of the same title.
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About Peter Starr
As the history of television, radio, Rock and Roll, racing, the history of; television , radio, Rock and Roll, racing, automobiles and motorcycles, marched through the sixties and seventies to present day, Peter Starr has been in lock step with and responsible for some of the most important developments in them all. From racing motorcycles and working for the legendary Triumph marquee, as a host and producer of innovator of radio programs (featuring the likes of Paul McCartney, Pete Townsend, Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page to name a few founders of modern Rock and Roll); to his recent award winning films, television commercials and ground breaking specialized camera equipment. Peter Starr has been involved and continues to be at the forefront of the most exciting era in film, television and the motorsports.
His most famous feature film “Take it to the Limit” has received Gold and Silver Awards at the Chicago and Houston International Film Festivals. In addition his films have won an additional 12 International Awards and his radio programs a Gold and Silver Award at the New York International Radio Programming Awards. He has produced and directed over 40 television specials on motorcycling and motorsports.
Among his ground breaking first are:
• First film camera mounted on a motorcycle during an AMA National Race-Laguna Secain
• First live broadcast from a motorcycle in competition at AMA National-Duquoin Mile-
ABC Wide World of Sports 1985
• First National television series on motorcycling for The Nashville Network-The Peter
Starr Motorcycle Show
• Brought Stroh’s beer to the dirt track series and created The Stroh Miles in 1984/1985
broadcast on The Nashville Network and USA Network.
• The documentary Surviving Prostate Cancer without Surgery, drugs or Radiation