Fibroid growth rates affected by race, age

12/2/2008 | Reuters

Researchers say fibroid tumor growth rates decline in white women after age 35, but the same doesn't hold true for black women. Researchers say aside from race and age, the only other factor affecting fibroid growth is the number of tumors, with single fibroids growing much faster than multiple fibroids.

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