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Common Urological Problems

Secondary Prostate Cancer

70 percent of prostate cancer patients on ADT gain significant weight in first year

Seventy per cent of men who received androgen-deprivation therapy (ADT) after surgery to remove their prostate gland gained significant weight in the first year, putting on an average of 4.2kg, according to a paper in the March issue of the urology journal BJUI.

Researchers studied the recorded weights of 132 men who underwent radical… 70 percent of prostate cancer patients on ADT gain significant weight in first year   



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