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Advanced-stage prostate cancer patients experience 20-year survival rates with surgery

Long-term survival rates for patients with advanced prostate cancer suggest they can be good candidates for surgery, Mayo Clinic researchers have found. Their study found a 20-year survival rate for 80 percent of patients diagnosed with cancer that has potentially spread beyond the prostate, known as cT3 prostate cancer, and treated with radical prostatectomy,… Advanced-stage prostate cancer patients experience 20-year survival rates with surgery   



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