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What is prostate cancer & its course?

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Dr. Reza Shirazi
19 years experience in Radiation Oncology
Prost cells gone bad: Prostate cells that have gone bad and escaped normal mechanism of body that eliminates bad cell. If detected early very curable when treated, many options. When detected late, can often metastasize to bone and not curable. There are many treatment options these days for any stage of the prostate cancer.
Answered on Feb 26, 2014
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Dr. Brian Lane commented
18 years experience in Urology
"Making the choice" is a great resource for information about prostate cancer and the various options is available through the Michigan Cancer Consortium at http://www.prostatecancerdecision.org/PDFs/Booklet/Making_The_Choice-English-06.07.12.pdf
Mar 27, 2013

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