2018 June 23: New video posted. Father's Day Walk/Run is over, but donations are still possible. Click on the Donate button above.

Active Surveillance in Men under 60

by Jim Barney on July 2, 2017


Younger age at diagnosis of low-risk prostate cancer was independently associated with decreased risk of disease progression in men managed with active surveillance, researchers reported.
Read the article here.

Active surveillance is a reasonable option for carefully selected men under 60 with low-risk prostate cancer. However, patients must be surveyed closely and understand the significant risk of ultimately needing treatment.
Read the article here.

{ 0 comments… add one now }

Previous post:

Next post: