Obesity increased risk for prostate cancer progression

Costa, Samantha; Foster, Melissa
November 2012
Endocrine Today;Nov2012, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p52
The article reports on a study which found that obesity is associated with an increased risk for prostate cancer progression.


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