Radiation-Hormone Therapy Improves Prostate Cancer Survival

Radiation-Hormone Therapy Improves Prostate Cancer Survival
shutterstock_158643686A new study by a group of researchers at Penn Medicine recently revealed that combining adjunct radiotherapy with hormone therapy results in lower mortality rates among older men diagnosed with locally advanced prostate cancer - a term used to describe prostate cancer that has advanced around the outside of the prostate gland, and may progress to metastasis and death. These observations compared treatment with hormone therapy alone or in combination with radiation therapy, with the results published in this week's issue of the Journal of Clinical Oncology, funded by the National Cancer Institute, the National Institutes of Health, and the American Cancer Society. The Penn Me
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