Study Finds Association Between Asthma And Lower Risk of Lethal Prostate Cancer

Study Finds Association Between Asthma And Lower Risk of Lethal Prostate Cancer
Results from a recent large study conducted by Johns Hopkins researchers indicate that men with an asthma medical history are less prone to develop severe prostate cancer when compared to men who never suffered from the disease. The study, which was published in the International Journal of Cancer, reviewed the medical history of 47,880 men, with results showing

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Daniela holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology from The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, a MSc in Health Psychology and a BSc in Clinical Psychology. Her work has been focused on vulnerability to psychopathology and early identification and intervention in psychosis.

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