Overweight promotes the appearance of prostate cancer, according to Columbia University studies

 

 

 


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A new study by Columbia University has found a relationship between overweight and prostate cancer

The appearance of the overweight does not fail to gain strength throughout the world. Only in Spain, this disease generates more than 130,000 deaths a year.

The last World Congress of the International Federation of Obesity and Metabolic Disease Surgery, held in Madrid, positioned Spain as the second country with more cases of obesity in Europe. Currently, 25% of the Spanish population has an overweight problem. Figures expected to continue to increase.

 

According to the most recent studies, in 2030 Spain will have a total of 27 million adults with obesity, 80% of these will be men. At the moment, these figures only exceed the United States.

It has been in New York, where Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health has conducted a study, through which they have investigated the different factors that contribute to prostate cancer in middle-aged adults. Such research has brought to light critical data that have revealed that most patients with prostate cancer have suffered or suffer from overweight problems. Trucos de los Sims 4

According to the Spanish urological records, in recent years Andalusia has been one of the communities that has increased its mortality levels due to prostate cancer. Facts, to which the data presented to Seville is joined as one of the capitals most affected by the overweight, above Madrid and Catalonia.

As solutions, in overweight clinics in Seville the implantation of a in Sevilla, one of the most important interventions in the area. In most cases, these interventions are crucial for the patient to continue to develop their day-to-day activities without their health being affected.

Overweight promotes the appearance of prostate cancer, according to Columbia University studies

Overweight promotes the appearance of prostate cancer, according to Columbia University studies

A new study by Columbia University has found a relationship between overweight and prostate cancer /COMUNICAE/ /COMUNICAE/

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2023-04-11

 

Overweight promotes the appearance of prostate cancer, according to Columbia University studies
Overweight promotes the appearance of prostate cancer, according to Columbia University studies

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