Prostate cancer has been touted by some as an inevitable result of aging. That is an assumption worth questioning. Statistically, according to the National Cancer Institute, 1-in-6 men in the U.S.
Prostate cancer has been touted by some as an inevitable result of aging. That is an assumption worth questioning. Statistically, according to the National Cancer Institute, 1-in-6 men in the U.S. will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during the lifetime. While it is true that prostate cancer affects many, it is far from an inevitable fate. And there is also a body of evidence suggesting that making healthy lifestyle choices throughout life can help prevent prostate cancer.
The key to preventing prostate cancer is making and maintaining healthy choices on a daily basis.
— Miranda Marti, ND, Lac, naturopathic physician and resident at Bastyr Center for Natural Health, the teaching clinic of Bastyr University. Visit bastyrcenter.org for more information or call 206.834.4100 to schedule an appointment.
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