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Lifestyle, biochemical, and genetic risk factors for prostate cancer

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Despite considerable research there are no established risk factors for prostate cancer beyond age, family history, ethnicity, genetic factors, and insulin-like growth factor I. However, evidence from existing studies of risk factors for prostate cancer suggest that many lifestyle and biochemical exposures, and genetic vari- ants may be risk factors for prostate cancer.

Exposures investigated in this thesis are: vasectomy status, microseminoprotein- beta (MSP), human kallikrein 2 (H...

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