A new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine just days ago reported that “out of 1,610 study participants who were followed up on years later, 45 had died from prostate cancer regardless of treatment approach.” What does this mean for the 288,300 men facing prostate cancer in the U.S. today?

Men should not panic or rush to treatment decisions following a diagnosis as the mortality rate from the cancer 15 years later was relatively low regardless of treatment approach.

>Read the full story here: “Most men diagnosed with prostate cancer don’t need to rush to surgery, radiation treatments: study


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