An Overlooked Strategy to Prevent Prostate Cancer

PROSTATE -- Cancer
CANCER in men
OLDER men -- Diseases
OLDER people -- Diseases

Abstract:The author argues that most men should consider having their prostate gland removed around the age of 50 if it was not located in such a sensitive and difficult-to-reach area of the body. He discusses the vast majority of aging men who contract benign or malignant prostate disease. The article suggests that the prostate gland not only becomes a nuisance after the reproductive years, but also hinders the ability of men to take advantage of validated anti-aging therapies.

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