Holly Lebowitz Rossi
June 03, 2014

Being circumcised may offer men a degree of protection against developing prostate cancer later in life, according to new research published in the journal BUJ International.  The findings build on previous research that linked circumcision with lower risk of a number of sexually transmitted diseases as well as urinary tract infections and cancer of the penis.

More on the new research, which also found a significantly higher effect among African American men, from Reuters:

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