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URO TODAY: High levels of testosterone have until recently been regarded as dangerous for prostate cancer patients, but new evidence is emerging that suggests something different. READ MORE>

Provocative new evidence suggests that it is not high serum testosterone that is problematic for prostate cancer, but low serum testosterone that is associated with worrisome cancer features and outcomes, such as high Gleason score, advanced stage of presentation, and increased risk of biochemical recurrence after surgery.

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