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International Congress on Hormonal Steroids and Hormones and Cancer The role of vitamin D and retinoids in controlling prostate cancer progression

@inproceedings{Peehl2003InternationalCO,
  title={International Congress on Hormonal Steroids and Hormones and Cancer The role of vitamin D and retinoids in controlling prostate cancer progression},
  author={D. Peehl and D. Feldman},
  year={2003}
}
  • D. Peehl, D. Feldman
  • Published 2003
  • Medicine
  • Prostate cancer is a leading cause of cancer-related deaths in many countries. Premalignant lesions and invasive cancer occur more frequently in the prostate than in any organ other than the skin. Yet, the incidence of clinically detected prostate cancer is much lower than the histopathological incidence. The slow growth of prostate cancer and the low incidence of clinically manifest disease in some geographical locations or racial/ethnic groups suggest that prostate cancer can be controlled… CONTINUE READING
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