In a reported “first-of-its-kind” study in the U.S., researchers at the University of California San Francisco have determined that transgender women have a “small but meaningful” prostate cancer risk.
The study, “Prostate Cancer in Transgender Women in the Veterans Affairs Health System, 2000-2022” published in the Journal of the American Medical Association late last week, points out that “transgender women retain their prostate even after gender-affirmation surgery and thus remain at risk of prostate cancer.”
However, researchers found incidences of the disease were lower in transgender women than cisgender males, partly due to “gender-affirming” treatments such as hormone therapy.
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