ON CALL: Prostate sarcoma


Prostate sarcoma

Published: March, 2014

Q. I had radiation for prostate cancer when I was 63, and I've been fine for the past eight years, with a low PSA. My dear friend just went in for prostate cancer and was diagnosed with a sarcoma. His doctors seem very gloomy. What's the difference?

A. Unfortunately for your friend, there is a big difference between the two diseases.

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