Study on BPH one of highest ranked articles

The publication on a study addressing treatment for enlarged prostate sponsored by Parsemus Foundation is one of the highest ranked articles in The Prostate. Due to the extensive news coverage and social media attention, the article has been ranked 7th of 643 articles published in The Prostate and ranks first in other articles of its age. The study found that treatment with a noninvasive electromagnetic device in dogs with benign prostatic hyperplasia (or BPH) quickly resulted in decreased prostate size. This method may be useful in older men, who often suffer from BPH. For more information, see New treatment for enlarged prostate.

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