Obesity, visceral adiposity, and prostate cancer: What is the role of lifestyle interventions?

Shirazipour, Celina H.; Freedland, Stephen J.
August 2019
Cancer (0008543X);Aug2019, Vol. 125 Issue 16, p2730
Academic Journal
The findings from Dickerman et al's research highlight the need to consider and implement lifestyle interventions to target weight loss and the risk of prostate cancer. Interventions that combine 2 lifestyle behaviors, diet and exercise, may be most impactful.


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