'What is this active surveillance thing?' Men's and partners' reactions to treatment decision making for prostate cancer when active surveillance is the recommended treatment option.

@article{OCallaghan2014WhatIT,
  title={'What is this active surveillance thing?' Men's and partners' reactions to treatment decision making for prostate cancer when active surveillance is the recommended treatment option.},
  author={Clare O'Callaghan and Tracey Dryden and Amelia Hyatt and Joanne E Brooker and Sue Burney and Addie C. Wootten and Alan White and Mark Frydenberg and Declan Murphy and Scott Garrick Williams and Penelope Schofield},
  journal={Psycho-oncology},
  year={2014},
  volume={23 12},
  pages={1391-8}
}
OBJECTIVE In the past decade, localised prostate cancer (LPC) management has been shifting from three radical treatment options (radical prostatectomy, external beam radiotherapy, or brachytherapy) to also include active surveillance (AS). This study examines men with LPC and partners' experiences of choosing between AS and radical treatments, and their… CONTINUE READING