In 10 seconds? Testosterone acts as a double agent in prostate cancer. Scientists are digging into the details to decipher when and if to manipulate testosterone levels to treat prostate cancer.

What’s the story? The prostate is a gland that functions in the reproductive system of biological males. Unfortunately, in later years of life, the prostate gland can become quite problematic. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men, with about 1.4 million new cases each year. As a result, a lot of research is focused on improving the lives of people with prostate cancer (and if it should even be screened for–but that’s another story).

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