Harvard Men's Health Watch

Treating prostate cancer, Part III: Active surveillance

For some men, a prostate cancer diagnosis means immediate surgery. But depending on age, test results (PSA and Gleason score), and the stage of the disease, active surveillance may be a better option.
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