Citation:Sun M, Abdollah F, Hansen J, Trinh QD, Bianchi M, Tian Z, et al 2012

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Sun M, Abdollah F, Hansen J, Trinh QD, Bianchi M, Tian Z, et al. Is a treatment delay in radical prostatectomy safe in individuals with low-risk prostate cancer? J Sex Med 2012 Nov;9(11):2961-9 Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22672479.



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For men with biopsy-diagnosed prostate cancer, for which patients (based on diagnostic and clinical criteria) does active surveillance achieve equivalent or better outcomes in terms of length and quality of life than definitive treatment?Katherine Sheridancompleted
For men with biopsy-diagnosed prostate cancer, for which patients (based on diagnostic and clinical criteria) does active surveillance achieve equivalent or better outcomes in terms of length and quality of life than definitive treatment?Dr Albert Chetcuti BTech(Biotech) Hons, PhDcompleted

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