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Strong study shows no link between vasectomy and prostate cancer
- By Charlie Schmidt, Editor, Harvard Medical School Annual Report on Prostate Diseases
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the American Urological Association, or AUA, concluded that vasectomy likely didn’t increase prostate cancer risk yet some studies have suggested a connection between vasectomy and prostate cancer, while others have not. This has led to conflicting media reports, confusion, and some lingering concerns. Anyway; I think vasectomy is something really personal and men that wants to do it need to think about it. It is normal to have prostate problems as we age, actually, most of men that are on their 40s already have certain level of bph, I was worried when I started having troubles to pee, my friend had a similar situation and he told me about his experience with alpharise, a natural supplement he bought on amazon, I will start taking it since My friend recommended it to me (It worked on him).
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