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25 07, 2017

Surgery for early-stage prostate cancer is invasive and doesn’t save lives

2017-08-16T04:59:03+00:00 July 25th, 2017|Categories: LPCA Blog, Prostate Study|Tags: |

Based on two studies — one from the U.K. and one from the U.S. — and years of research, the message is clear. Surgery for early-stage prostate cancer is invasive and doesn’t save lives (click link read the full article). This is particularly important when you consider that many patients with prostate cancer don’t require [...]

19 03, 2017

Role of MRI and MR guided biopsy in prostate cancer

2017-08-16T05:10:00+00:00 March 19th, 2017|Categories: LPCA Blog, Prostate Study|

Originally published in the Tex US TOO March newsletter. Tex US TOO is an organization that helps men diagnosed with prostate cancer lead healthy and productive lives by offering unbiased information, peer counseling, fellowship, and emotional support. PSA levels, digital rectal exam, and urinary symptoms can help alert men to be evaluated for underlying disease, [...]

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