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And I guess the reason why they're more frequent in men than women is because muscles are more frequent in men than women. More muscle cells, more chance one goes rampant and forms a neoplasm.
P.S. You say that no tissue is cancer immune, but hair doesn't get cancer
I'm sceptical about this claim. It assumes that muscle bulk is proportional to cell count. Muscles hypertropy as well as potentially increase in cell number. I've not seen any evidence that men have more muscle cells than women. Do you have a reference for that?ThanksChrisP.S. You say that no tissue is cancer immune, but hair doesn't get cancer