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Active surveillance is safe for low-risk prostate cancers

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November 6, 2015
  • By Charlie Schmidt, Editor, Harvard Medical School Annual Report on Prostate Diseases

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Berdetta Byers
November 13, 2015

My husband is 80 years old. He has had prostate cancer since he was 70 years old. Now his PSA is 29. He also has severe coronary artery disease. He is having pain in a bone on the right side of the lower abdomen.

don
November 12, 2015

I encourage every man with low risk Pca to consider act surveillance…the side effects are worse the cancer…as one urologist said..” its if we find cancer during the biopsy, its only of concernif its one we have to treat”…read and get lots of info…the Harvard guide changed my life!

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