If I may add my two cents, I think he is saying that there is a prevailing mentality or philosophy that if a treatment doesn’t offer “the cure” then it isn’t worth considering for your health management. In my earlier days, I personally used to think this way about treating PFS because I had not yet accepted that PFS was going to be a very long term ordeal that just doesn’t have a silver bullet cure right now.
Now rather than looking for “the cure”, I have accepted my circumstances, and I try to make the best of them by treating my symptoms since I’m not expecting to completely reverse my condition.
Putting a bandage on a wound is better than leaving the wound exposed, even if the wound is still there. For example, Viagra obviously doesn’t cure my PFS but if it can help a few guys manage to have some sex versus none, and in my opinion you should work that into your life. If you are really depressed from PFS, anti-depressants won’t cure you, but they may help make your life less painful. As we all know, anti-depressants carry their own risks, so that is a personal choice. But honestly, mental health is one of the most important things to fix.