Study looks at overtreatment of prostate cancer

07/27/2010 | WebMD

Researchers found that more than 75% of men who have been diagnosed with low-risk prostate cancer undergo either a prostatectomy or radiation therapy, suggesting an overtreatment of the disease. Active surveillance might be a better alternative for some men with low-risk disease, two experts said in an accompanying commentary.

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