“According to the Canadian Cancer Society, lack of physical activity is not identified as either a possible or known risk factor for the development of prostate cancer. However, it has been suggested that an association between increased physical activity and decreased prostate cancer risk probably exists. Although inconsistent findings have been demonstrated, several reviews have suggested risk reductions averaging 10–30%. Following the old adage, ‘an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure’, this article will further investigate and analyze existing research on the role of physical activity in the primary prevention of prostate cancer.”
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