who regularly use an inhaler to ease their
symptoms could be at greater risk of prostate
cancer, a study indicates.
found that male asthma sufferers who use
inhalers are up to 40 per cent more likely
to develop tumours than men without the
asthma increases a man's likelihood of developing
prostate cancer by 26 per cent.
The Australian academics who carried out
the study said the results showed the need
for more research into the relationship
between asthma, inhalers and prostate cancer.
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