High free testosterone may be linked with PCa risk

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Baltimore-Relatively high levels of free testosterone in older men appear linked to a significantly increased risk for prostate cancer-a finding that raises the possibility that testosterone replacement might affect the risk of prostate cancer, reported J. Kellogg Parsons, MD, an instructor in the department of urology, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.

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