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“…The authors speculate that obesity may lower the risk because these men had not developed cachexia yet. Similar results were seen amongst 55 men with mCRPC in Korea and 63 men with mCRPC in Ireland . However, a later study, including 1 006 men with mCRPC participating in a phase III international clinical trial, found BMI was not associated with overall survival .…”
Section: Introductionsupporting
confidence: 65%
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“…The authors speculate that obesity may lower the risk because these men had not developed cachexia yet. Similar results were seen amongst 55 men with mCRPC in Korea and 63 men with mCRPC in Ireland . However, a later study, including 1 006 men with mCRPC participating in a phase III international clinical trial, found BMI was not associated with overall survival .…”
Section: Introductionsupporting
confidence: 65%
“…In a small study of 55 Korean patients with mCRPC who received docetaxel, a higher BMI (≥23 kg/m 2 ) was associated with decreased PCSM . A report from a small study of 63 Irish patients with mCRPC, where BMI was cut at 25 kg/m 2 , found that higher BMI was a significant predictor of longer overall survival . Thus, the literature to date suggests that unlike localised disease, for men with mCRPC obesity is associated with similar or better overall survival.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Low BMI and WL percentage, independently, anticipate a global survival rate (Arends et al, 2017), which is a strong predictor of mortality by cancer (Cederholm et al, 2015;Hong, Yi, Yi, Hong, & Ohrr, 2016). However, Cushen et al (2016) reported that parameters such as BMI do not predict clinical results, because they do not precisely distinguish the loss of lean and fat mass, neither describe each tissue. Brewczyński et al (2017) reported similar statement.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%