Should You Have More Sex to Reduce Your Risk for Prostate Cancer?

Updated December 4th, 2020

Should You Have More Sex to Reduce Your Risk for Prostate Cancer?

In recognition of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, let's talk about it! A Harvard University study recently showed that men who ejaculate frequently are less likely to eventually get a prostate cancer diagnosis. Here's what a doctor says men should do to reduce risk.

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