Prostate cancer risk linked to testosterone level

Sunday, May 9, 2004 Posted: 12:52 PM EDT (1652 GMT)

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -- Men over 50 who have higher levels of testosterone have a higher risk of prostate cancer, U.S. researchers reported Sunday.

The findings may mean that men should be cautious about a new kind of treatment called testosterone replacement therapy, being tested in older men who see a decline in general health and vigor.


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