Rod Stewart and Millions of Other Men Have Been Treated for Prostate Cancer — Now A New 10-Year Study Confirms Effectiveness of ‘Watch-and-Wait’ Approach in Low-Risk Cases

Published Jun 1, 2024

Rod Stewart and Millions of Other Men Have Been Treated for Prostate Cancer — Now A New 10-Year Study Confirms Effectiveness of ‘Watch-and-Wait’ Approach in Low-Risk Cases

A study led by PhD Scientist Lisa Newcomb at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center in Seattle determined that using active surveillance is a 'safe management strategy for avoiding overtreatment and preventing undertreatment'

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