Mortality rates for patients with prostate cancer who had surgery were similar to those for men who decided to wait and monitor their disease, according to a study in The New England Journal of Medicine that spanned 20 years. Men in the surgery group had more side effects, such as incontinence or sexual problems, but fewer of them needed later treatment.
Prostate cancer options yield similar mortality rates
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