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Lower testosterone levels reduce prostate cancer risk

Texas residents may be interested to learn that men who produce abnormally low amounts of testosterone may be less likely to develop prostate cancer at some point in their lives. According to a study, this is because male hormones, like testosterone, are known to promote tumor cell growth.

How doctors diagnose nasopharyngeal cancer

Doctors throughout Texas and elsewhere in the country perform a range of tests to diagnose cancer and determine if it has spread, or metastasized, to other areas in the body. The most basic way to diagnose cancer is a physical examination and blood test. The only sure way to detect most common cancers is with a biopsy. This procedure involves removing a small amount of tissue for pathologists to analyze.

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