Estrogen may impact colon cancer survival

06/26/2008 | Reuters

A new study found women colon cancer patients under age 50 are half as likely to die from the disease as their male peers, but women over age 50 are 38% more likely to die of the disease than men. Researchers say estrogen may be the protective factor.

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