Prostate Cancer: Is It a Battle Lost to Age?
AbstractAge is often considered an important non-modifiable risk factor for a number of diseases, including prostate cancer. Some prominent risk factors of prostate cancer include familial history, ethnicity and age. In this review, various genetic and physiological characteristics affected due to advancing age will be analysed and correlated with their direct effect on prostate cancer. View Full-Text
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Vaidyanathan, V.; Karunasinghe, N.; Jabed, A.; Pallati, R.; Kao, C.H.-J.; Wang, A.; Marlow, G.; Ferguson, L.R. Prostate Cancer: Is It a Battle Lost to Age? Geriatrics 2016, 1, 27.
Vaidyanathan V, Karunasinghe N, Jabed A, Pallati R, Kao CH-J, Wang A, Marlow G, Ferguson LR. Prostate Cancer: Is It a Battle Lost to Age? Geriatrics. 2016; 1(4):27.Chicago/Turabian Style
Vaidyanathan, Venkatesh; Karunasinghe, Nishi; Jabed, Anower; Pallati, Radha; Kao, Chi H.-J.; Wang, Alice; Marlow, Gareth; Ferguson, Lynnette R. 2016. "Prostate Cancer: Is It a Battle Lost to Age?" Geriatrics 1, no. 4: 27.
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