Article Title: Marked Increase in Incident Gynecomastia: A 20-year National Registry Study 1998-2017

Authors: Koch, Bräuner, Busch, Hickey, and Juul

Date of Publication: July 7, 2020

“The incidence of gynecomastia has dramatically increased over the last 20 years implying that the endogenous or exogenous sex steroid environment has changed, which is associated with other adverse health consequences in men such as an increased risk of prostate cancer, metabolic syndrome, diabetes type 2 or cardiovascular disorders.”

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