Infertile men are up to THREE TIMES more likely to develop aggressive prostate cancer, study finds

Infertile men are more likely to develop aggressive early-onset prostate cancer, new research suggests.

Those who are unable to have children naturally or via IVF are overall 47 per cent more likely to develop the life-threatening condition, while men under 50 have three times the risk, a Swedish study found today.

Undiagnosed prostate tumours may drive infertility, while low testosterone levels could lead to the development of both conditions, according to the researchers.

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