Monitoring, Not Treatment, May Be Better for Some Prostate Cancer Patients
In Sweden, 90 percent with very low risk disease choose this option instead of immediate treatment, researchers report
22 Oct 2016 - General
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Such a nice article. Since it was suggesting on what to do if one had a low risk prostate cancer. It was stated in the articke that patient with low risk prostate cancer are encourage to monitor their status than seeking a treatment. Monitoring the progress of your status means their should be an active surveillance not just wait-and-see. It involves regular blood tests and regular biopsies to gauge the growth of the tumor. When the tumor grows to a point where treatment is needed, then it's...
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