This Test Shines A Spotlight On Spreading Prostate Cancer
Computer tomography and magnetic resonance imaging often fail to detect the spread of prostate cancer. That leads to unnecessary surgery, because once the cancer has spread beyond the prostate, the otherwise effective treatment of surgically removing the gland has little benefit and causes undue stress. After metastasis, other measures are required, such as radiation treatment.
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