Visceral and thigh subcutaneous fat are associated with aggressive and fatal prostate cancer, especially among men with lower body mass index, according to research published in the journal Cancer. Researchers studied more than 1,800 men in Iceland for 13 years, and they say the findings suggest prostate cancer risk might be reduced through diet and exercise.
Study ties certain body fat to aggressive prostate cancer
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