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got to ask

Can't help but ask this question; Since prostate cancer is so dependent upon testosterone, Would a lifelong eunuch (for whatever reason) be immune from ever getting prostate cancer? Silly question I know, but since this is one of the treatments for this cancer (usually by drug) one has got to wonder if a lifelong deficiency of testosterone would prevent the disease from ever developing. Jon.

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Re: got to ask - by Old Codger - Sep 6, 2017 9:38am
Re: got to ask - by Jon R. - Sep 6, 2017 12:38pm

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