Men with prostate cancer have more abnormal colon polyps

10/20/2010 | Yahoo!

A study of men with prostate cancer found they had significantly more abnormal colon polyps and advanced adenomas than men who did not have cancer. Researchers presenting at the ACG annual meeting in San Antonio said 48% of prostate cancer patients had adenomas, compared to 30.8% of men who did not have cancer.

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