State-of-the-heart therapy for prostate cancer

Published: April, 2008

New research suggests a two-way street between hormone therapy for prostate cancer and heart disease.

The terms "prostate cancer" and "heart disease" aren't usually uttered in the same breath. But maybe they should be, especially for the growing number of men whose prostate cancer is treated with testosterone-lowering hormone therapy.

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