Testosterone therapy does not increase the risk of prostate cancer. Evidence suggests that testosterone therapy does not increase the risk of developing prostate cancer nor that it converts indolent prostate disease into clinically significant disease (Isbarn, Pinthus et al. 2009). “This historical perspective reveals that there is not now–nor has there ever been–a scientific basis for the belief that testosterone causes prostate cancer to grow” (Morgentaler 2006). “There is no clinical evidence that the risk of either prostate cancer or benign prostate hyperplasia increases with testosterone replacement therapy”(Morley 2000). “No evidence exists that appropriate androgen administration with knowledgeable monitoring carries significant or potentially serious adverse effects on the prostate gland” (Morales 2005). These medical journal research reviews unanimously agree that testosterone does not cause prostate cancer.
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Yep, this little mouth ulcer, this canker sore, can keep you from doing many of the things that make life worth living. This little ulcer is also a big mystery. No one knows why some people get canker sores and others don’t. A hot pizza burn that heals in 2 or 3 days with little pain in most people, says Harold R. Stanley, ., professor emeritus at the University of Florida College of Dentistry, can set off in others “a sequence of events that leads to a lesion that won’t heal for 10 to 15 days.” Along with bad habits, heredity, food, overenthusiastic toothbrushing, and emotional stress are also highly associated with canker sores. You have to be a detective to find the cause.