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This article is from the book " The Prostate: A Complete Guide for Healthy Prostate" by Gary Schwartz, MD (www.prostate-health.com) The Prostate is a gland that produces two types of prostatic fluid, and secretes a number of different prostatic growth factors. These prostatic fluid products are used to prevent and treat prostate enlargement. The body also produces a number of other prostatic factors. The prostate is also an organ that is involved in regulating the amount of hormones in the body. A prostatic hormone is a molecule produced in the prostate, called prostaglandin, that can have a wide range of effects, including increasing sperm production and inhibiting androgenic hormone secretion. A number of prostatic hormone products also inhibit androgens by affecting the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis, thereby promoting androgen secretion. Prostate-Related Diseases of the Prostate The prostate is a sensitive organ that is subject to the effects of androgens. Androgens are a number of types of male sex hormones. They include androstenedione (androstenedione and androstenedione), androstenedione acetate, androstenedione trihydrate, androstenedione testosterone. Prostate cancer is a common cause of death in men. While it's common to think of prostate cancer as an aggressive disease, it is a less aggressive cancer than some cancers of the breast, colon, and uterus.