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Calcium Levels Predict Prostate Cancer

webmd.com

Men with high-normal levels of calcium in their blood may have an increased risk for developing fatal prostate cancer, early research suggests.

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Tags: Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Prostate, Mineral, Calcium, Supplement, Men's Health

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