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Truck Drivers at Risk for Aggressive Prostate Cancer, National Cancer Institute, Louisiana State University, and University Carolina in Chapel Hill Study



10/30/2013 9:02:50 AM

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Warning: Driving a truck for a living can be hazardous to your health — if you are diagnosed with prostate cancer, researchers said Tuesday. Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer diagnosed in men, and in most cases it’s basically harmless. As the National Cancer Institute says, even patients who never get their tumors treated are likely to die of something other than prostate cancer. So, instead of looking at prostate cancer risk, the researchers who did the new study focused on the risk that the cancer would be aggressive at the time of diagnosis.

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