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STUDY SUPPORTS PROSTATE CANCER ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE FOR YOUNGER MEN - RENAL AND UROLOGY NEWS

Renal and Urology NewsStudy Supports Prostate Cancer Active Surveillance for Younger MenRenal and Urology NewsThus, a patient aged 50 years would be expected to have an average 13% to 17% lower risk of GS upgrading and 12% to 20% lower risk of biopsy progression compared with a patient aged 60 years, the authors reported online ahead of print in Urology.Practice in South Texas Offers Vertically Integrated Cancer CareOncLiveDCH Regional Medical Center offers new prostate biopsy to catch cancerWBRC FOX6 News - WBRC.comIs Active Surveillance the New Paradigm?UroTodayCancer Therapy Advisorall 89 news articles »

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