The risks outweigh the benefits of radical prostatectomy in localised prostate cancer: the argument for.

Abstract

Prostate cancer represents a major menace to Western society. Since it is asymptomatic in its early stages and there is no curative therapy for advanced stages, our only hope to decrease the mortality rate from prostate cancer is through annual prostatic evaluations of men who agree to undergo such testing. It is important to emphasise that these patients… (More)

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@article{Abrahamsson1996TheRO, title={The risks outweigh the benefits of radical prostatectomy in localised prostate cancer: the argument for.}, author={Per Anders Abrahamsson}, journal={European urology}, year={1996}, volume={29 Suppl 2}, pages={27-30} }