Enterococcus faecalis only leads to prostate infection. It has not yet been clinically proven that it affects the blood of prostate cancer patients.
Research shows that prostate cancer is caused by changes in the DNA of a normal prostate cell. But it also states that researchers and doctors don’t know what exactly causes prostate cancer. They are still trying to learn factors that cause prostate cells to turn into cancer cells. For now, they know that prostate cancer starts when some cells in the prostate become abnormal, and it is believed that E. faecalis is one of the top three leading causes of hospital-acquired infection.
Therefore, currently, the cause of prostate cancer is not known, and there is a lack of clinically proven evidence to confirm whether E.faecalis causes prostate cancer or is the leading cause of prostate cancer as it only leads to prostate infection. There is also no evidence that it affects prostate cancer patients in their blood.