Posted March 11, 2020 07:14:03New research suggests that cosmetic medicines, like the ones that are popularly marketed to women, are effective in treating the disease of male enhancement.
The study was conducted by researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, the University at Buffalo, New York and the University Medical Center Utrecht in the Netherlands.
The researchers analyzed data from a population-based registry of over 1.3 million Dutch men over a 30-year period.
They found that men who used cosmetic products in the past 12 months had a lower rate of prostate cancer than men who did not.
The findings come at a time when cosmetic medicine is becoming a hot topic, with a growing number of studies looking at the safety of cosmetic products.
The American Cancer Society estimates that cosmetic surgery has been used to treat about 7 percent of the U.S. population.
The National Cancer Institute estimates that about 4 million Americans die of cancer each year.
The research was published online March 11 in the Journal of Cancer.