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Delays in prostate cancer treatment does not deliver a worse prognosis

A study has shown that delays in treatment of prostate cancer from time of diagnosis do not have any effect on prognosis. In fact, even three month delays have virtually no effect. Thus it is important to take the extra time to devise the best possible treatment.

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About: Delays in prostate cancer treatment does not deliver a worse prognosis

Date: 6 October 2004

Source: Innovations Report

URL: http://www.innovations-report.de/html/berichte/medizin_gesundheit/bericht-34428.html

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