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High men have more chances to get prostate cancer

High and obese men are at greater risk of aggressive prostate cancer, according to recent research.

Men over 180 cm in 21 percent have a greater chance of having prostate cancer than those who are lower. A 13% increase is the risk for middle-aged females having at least 10 cm of excess obesity around the waist.

Scientists say high-rise mothers have a higher level of hormones that affect height in childhood, but this is linked to the risk of cancer when they grow up.

Men who are obese, especially in the middle years, change the level of testosterone that also increases the risk. It has been proven that both groups of prostate cancer progress progressively and more often lead to death.

“These results help us understand how prostate cancer occurs and works for certain people. Also, the results are important for working on a nutrition plan in the younger age and during the rejoint to prevent the occurrence of cancer later, “said study author Dr Aurora Perez-Cornago.

And previous studies show that obese and tall men are at higher risk of prostate cancer.

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High men have more chances to get prostate cancer High and obese men are at greater risk of aggressive prostate cancer, according to recent research. Men over 180 cm in 21 percent have a greater chance of having prostate cancer than those who are lower. A 13% increase is the risk for...