A major new discovery just reported in the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) journal could be a major advance in the treatment of prostate cancer.
If scientists from Mars were to study the human male’s reproductive system they would probably conclude that he is destined for rapid extinction.
Infertile men may have an increased risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer, researchers reported on Monday in what could be an important move toward identifying those who will benefit from screening for the disease.
It’s easy to think of low bone density as strictly a female concern—after all, 80 percent of the osteoporosis patients in this country are, in fact, women. Nevertheless, there are still roughly 2 million men who suffer from dangerously depleted bone mass… and if you’re a man over the age of 50, you could be one of them.1