Missing Hormone Gene Linked to Incurable Prostate Cancer

News   Jan 17, 2018 | Original Story from the Cleveland Clinic

 
Missing Hormone Gene Linked to Incurable Prostate Cancer

Lead Author Nima Sharifi, M.D. Credit: Cleveland Clinic

 
 
 

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carmelo v | Jan 23, 2018

Tests are vital and needed in early detection.  My dad was diagnosed with BPH which is normal on his middle 50s, he wasnt able to sleep well because of his urges to pee, also he experienced pain when he had to pee he   found this one called Alpha rise and took matters into hisown hands doing prostate supplement research. It seems to have everything he needed


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