Anxiety Can Lead Low-Risk Prostate Cancer Patients to Choose Aggressive Treatment

Anxiety Can Lead Low-Risk Prostate Cancer Patients to Choose Aggressive Treatment
Emotional distress may motivate men with low-risk prostate cancer to choose a more aggressive treatment, such as surgery or radiation therapy, instead of active surveillance, researchers at the University at Buffalo and Roswell Park Cancer Institute report. Addressing such distress and the fears behind it before and during treatment may ease their reluctance to active surveillance (where the

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