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Study examines predictors of acute urinary symptoms after radiotherapy for prostate cancer
November 15, 2013
European Association of Urology
An interim study by researchers showed that using a modelling programme together with IPSS and dosage measure can predict the severity of acute urinary symptoms in patients with early prostate cancer who underwent radiotherapy.
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