Donald Trump's daily drug against the baldness of US President Donald Trump can help millions of men around the world protect them from serious illnesses, according to a new study.
The study, which lasted for about 20 years, says that the drug "Finasteride", which treats hair loss, also helps fight prostate cancer, according to the Daily Mail newspaper in British.
Men in the US and the UK use this medicine to avoid losing their hair.
Researchers at the University of Texas at the University of Texas said that men at risk of prostate cancer who appear in the blood test for the disease known as PSA prefer to give them medications that reduce the chances of developing the disease.
Ian Thompson, co-author of the study, said that more than 19,000 cases of men have been tracked since 1997, noting that Finasteride is safe, inexpensive and effective in preventing the disease, emphasizing the need for doctors to share these results with patients Exam (PSA).
The drug acts against prostate enlargement, which causes frequent urination of men at night, but is not yet licensed in the US as a prostate treatment medication, according to a previous study published years ago that worsens the disease.
In contrast, British experts have received the study results very carefully, given that the drug is fighting frightening tumors that can not kill men, noting that the chances of prostate cancer are significantly reduced, but that does not mean end of the chances of death.