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Posts tagged with "active surveillance"

Testing the testosterone myths

In 'The Healthy Male', Summer 2014: Testosterone gets a lot of attention in the media and in the community these days, and not all of it is good. But how many of us really understand what testosterone is, what it does, and why it’s important?

Posted in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males, Newsletter, Prostate cancer, Prostate cancer screening, Testosterone | Tagged , ,

Quality of life and active surveillance for prostate cancer

A systematic review of the evidence on quality of life in men undergoing active surveillance for prostate cancer was recently published.

Posted in Prostate cancer, Prostate disease, Research and Evaluation | Tagged , ,

Active surveillance in clinical stage 1 testicular cancer

A recent study showed that active surveillance for clinical stage 1 testicular cancer leads to excellent outcomes.

Posted in Research and Evaluation, Testicular cancer | Tagged

Research review: Second cancer risk and mortality in men treated with radiotherapy for stage I seminoma

This study aimed to increase the accuracy of risk estimates for second malignancies and mortality associated with adjuvant radiotherapy after surgery for stage 1 seminoma, by assessing outcomes in a group of patients treated as young adults in the UK and Norway.

Posted in Research and Evaluation, Testicular cancer | Tagged
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