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[Prostate cancer] What is the cause of prostate cancer?
[2007-09-19 10:07] (1,619)

The cause of prostate cancer is known to be related to inheritance, hormones, foods and environmental factors, infection, etc. In view of the increased incidence of prostate cancer in patients with relatives diagnosed with prostate cancer and it happens to occur in several members within the same family, the risk for prostate cancer can be inherited. Furthermore, the incidence of prostate cancer varies depending on race or clan.
  
Prostate cancer rarely occurs in eunuch or castrated men, and the size of the prostate cancer remarkably decreases once testicles are removed, from which the hormonal factor is deemed to work.
  
Moreover, considering the observation that the incidence of prostate cancer in the 2nd or 3rd generation of Japanese who immigrated to America increases similarly to that of the Americans,  environmental factors along with the intake of meats and foods with excessive fats are deemed to play a role in the development of prostate cancer.
  
Also, infection with bacteria or virus is reported as a cause of prostate cancer, but this is not evidently clear.  

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