There is some evidence that prostate cancer is less common in men who regularly eat a low fat diet that is rich in lycopene (an antioxidant released when tomatoes are cooked).
Prostate cancer can be treated by blocking or lowering the levels of the male hormone testosterone. One large study looked at whether the testosterone-blocking drug finasteride (Proscar) can prevent prostate cancer. While men taking this drug had a lower risk of developing prostate cancer, they also appeared mo...Read more
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