Study: Androgen-deprivation therapy raises risk for heart disease

10/10/2007 | Washington Post, The

A U.S. study found that prostate cancer patients who underwent androgen-deprivation therapy and prostate removal surgery are more likely to die from heart disease within five years compared to patients who only had the surgery. Researchers said a decline in testosterone levels, which suggests the efficacy of ADT in inhibiting prostate cancer, could lead to metabolic syndrome that is related to cardiac complications.

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