3 in 4 Men with Slow-growing Prostate Cancer Fail to Get Appropriate Follow-up, Study Finds

3 in 4 Men with Slow-growing Prostate Cancer Fail to Get Appropriate Follow-up, Study Finds
Nearly three-quarters of men with slow-growing prostate cancer who decide on active surveillance are not receiving the appropriate follow-up and might be missing signs of tumor worsening, according to a recent retrospective study from Australia. The study, “Active surveillance of men with low risk prostate cancer: evidence from the Prostate Cancer Outcomes Registry–Victoria,” was published in the Medical Journal of Australia. Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men worldwide after skin can
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