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Prostrate cancer is caused by growth of malignants on the prostate cells of the male reproductive organ. Although age is the main factor that contribute to prostate cancer, other factors such as genetics, obesity, unhealthy diet and hormonal abnormalities trigger changes in the DNA of prostate cells, leading to prostate cancer.
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Thanks to the ability of nature to provide us with useful plants, so we are able to gain medicinal benefits. Papaya is one of such plants with medicinal virtues that can help you lower your risks of prostate cancer.
Black papaya seeds are rich in polyphenols, antioxidants that have potential to reduce the growth of prostate cells. In other words, papaya seeds have anticancer effects against cancer of prostate glands.
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