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Prostate Cancer: inflammation means lower risk - drugdiscovery.com
Prostate Cancer: inflammation means lower risk - drugdiscovery.com


Researchers examined the prostate tissues of 6,200 men who underwent biopsy to check if they are cancer-free. They found out that those who showed the signs of inflammation reamined free from tumor for a longer time.
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Tags: tumor, cancer, prostatic cancer - December 9, 2013
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