A study in BMC Medicine found taller and heavier men were at higher risk for developing high-grade prostate cancer and dying from it. Researchers said height was not linked to a significantly higher risk for developing total prostate cancer, low-to-intermediate grade tumors or advanced-stage prostate cancer but the data on body mass index was mixed.
Study shows height, weight can affect prostate cancer risk
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