Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Early balding linked to risk of prostate cancer

By Kate Kelland, LONDON | Wed Feb 16, 2011:

(Reuters) - A study showing that men who start to go bald at 20 may be more likely to develop prostate cancer in later life suggests they might benefit from early screening or preventative therapy, scientists said on Tuesday.

If the men only started going bald when they were 30 or 40, there was no difference in their risk of developing prostate cancer compared to the healthy group. Read more>>

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