Undark Magazine: Rethinking Prostate Cancer Treatments

In an outcome likely to raise broad questions about aggressive prostate cancer treatment, a randomized study of 1,643 British men found that, roughly 10 years after a prostate cancer diagnosis, the vast majority of participants had survived the cancer regardless of whether they were treated with radiation, had their prostates surgically removed, or were simply monitored by their physicians.

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