Early Age Front Crown Baldness Of Men Increase Prostate Cancer Risks

September 16, 2014 9:36 PM

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Early Age Front Crown Baldness Of Men Increase Prostate Cancer Risks

Alopecia, commonly known as baldness is a serious cosmetic concern for the male individuals. Although the condition is rarely considered pathogenic in male gander but due a significant sign of aging as called by society, the condition brings male to a stressful threshold. In males baldness is most commonly labelled as androgenic alopecia i.e. male pattern baldness due to sex hormone is the loss of hair in the head region. Testosterone- the dominating androgenic hormone marks the aetiology of this hair loss. One thing in this regard is the androgens in male does not only contribute to baldness but is the successful culprit in developing prostate cancer in men too.

A research published in journal of Oncology this week concluded that men with baldness at age 45 have a 40% increased threat to develop aggressive prostate cancer. The analysis was a part of Colorectal, Lung, Prostate and Ovarian Screening trial .Nevertheless, the study reveals that the risk exists ...

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