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Men who have had prostate cancer surgery do not need immediate radiotherapy
Men who have had surgery to remove their prostate do not need immediate radiotherapy, according to the results of the RADICALS-RT trial and ARTISTIC meta-analysis. These results were published yesterday in The Lancet journal. These results are good news for the 7,000 men who are treated for prostate cancer by radical prostatectomy each year. It means most of them can avoid 20 ...
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