Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men aged 50 years and over. These cancers often grow silently in the prostate gland without any symptoms until after spread to the bone and surrounding tissues.
Preliminary research suggests that sex hormone androgen plays an important role in the occurrence of typical male pattern baldness also play a role in prostate cancer. But the link between those two things are still unclear.
To obtain further evidence, a team of investigators led by Philippe Giraud of Paris interview conducting research with 669 men, 338 of them have a history of prostate cancer. All respondents were asked their level of baldness hair at the age of 20, 30 and 40 years.
Men whose hair is still thick at the age of 30 and 40 are known not indicate an increased risk of prostate cancer compared with their counterparts who begin to experience hair loss at the age of 20. Baldness which occurs earlier also called androgenic Alecia.Although once you have experienced hair loss at a young age not to worry too much. "Not that the young man who was bald automatically get cancer," said Giraud. He added that the results will be verified by further study.
Although baldness at a young age can be a marker for doctors to know the risk factors, but prostate cancer can be detected early if the man who began to enter the age of 50 years of screening.
prostate cancer symptoms are not typical so often lead to late diagnosis. Symptoms include benign prostate enlargement, as
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