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Functional outcomes after surgery vs radiotherapy for localised prostate cancer. Practitioner 2013; 257 (1759): 8-9

Functional outcomes after surgery vs radiotherapy for localised prostate cancer

21 Mar 2013Pais-up subscribers

Although short-to medium-term functional outcomes favoured radiotherapy over surgery in terms of sexual and urinary function in localised prostate cancer, by 15 years follow-up there were no differences in functional outcomes between the two treatment groups, in the PCOS. [With external links to current evidence and summaries]

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