Sam (61 years) endured urination problems for more than a year. In March 2010, he sought medical help as there was blockage. A CT scan on 31 March 2010 showed an irregular shaped prostate. The prostatic urethra was dilated and the bladder wall thickened. His PSA was 47.07. He had both his testes removed – his PSA on 4 April 2010 was 33.18. On 28 May 2010, he came to CA Care to seek help – he was prescribed herbs. His PSA reading on 20 September 2010 dropped to 0.3.