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Does Balding Increase Your Risk for Prostate Cancer?
It’s unknown why Black men are disproportionately diagnosed with prostate cancer, but a new study suggests that balding could provide some clues. Researchers found that baldness increased Black men’s risk for prostate cancer by 69 percent, with frontal baldness being a severe risk factor, reported Health Canal. Men diagnosed with the disease before age 60 also had a higher chance of being bald, too.