Harvard Men's Health Watch

Medical memo: Paternity and prostate cancer: Can a look down the family tree provide clues?

A study of possible genetic links to prostate cancer questioned whether the number of children a man fathered might affect his risk of prostate cancer, while another looked at whether the sex of a man's offspring was significant.
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