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Many men with low-risk prostate cancer treated aggressively
USA Today

Too many men with low-risk prostate cancers, those whose level of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) is normal or below normal, still receive aggressive treatment, a new study shows. Recent evidence has shown that among older men with low-risk prostate cancer, it’s not the cancer they die from, but another condition. For these men, watchful waiting is probably better than surgery or radiation therapy, the researchers noted.

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