Could coffee lower men's risk for prostate cancer?


May 19, 2011

USA Today

Men who drink at least six or more cups of coffee a day may be cutting their risk for advanced prostate cancer by 60%, new research suggests.

This is the first large study looking specifically at the relationship between coffee and metastatic prostate cancer, lead researcher Kathryn Wilson said. "This is an exciting finding, because there aren't many modifiable risk factors for prostate cancer." Read More