Prostate Cancer Treatment in Five Days? Everything You Need to Know.

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/ Published Jul 27, 2022

Prostate Cancer Treatment in Five Days? Everything You Need to Know.

Treatment of some prostate cancers has become so routine that it's possible to fully treat the cancer in five days.

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Treatment: Watching and Waiting

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Active surveillance for prostate cancer is a very specific protocol with requirements and guidelines. While this is not ideal for everyone, it may work for certain patients and spare them the side effects of treatment.

Treatment: Watching and Waiting

Active surveillance for prostate cancer is a very specific protocol with requirements and guidelines. While this is not ideal for everyone, it may work for certain patients and spare them the side effects of treatment.

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