Higher Dose of Radiation Therapy not Good for Treating Prostate Cancer
Higher doses of radiation do not improve survival rates in patients with prostate cancer compared to standard radiation therapy, shows study. The study was conducted by a research team at Washington University School of Medicine and published in JAMA Oncology. This was the first large scale study designed to examine, if improved new therapies for prostate cancer translate into longer survival for patients.
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