Sowing Seeds Against Prostate Cancer
PROSTATE CANCER KILLS 40,000 men each year. That's bad enough, but another maddening fact is that only a minority of the 240,000 men diagnosed annually have a virulent form of the disease and need immediate treatment. Sadly, even the best tests can't tell precisely who they are. So to be safe, many men with relatively benign tumors go through radiation therapy or surgery, which can cause incontinence and impotence.
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