Published in Cancer Weekly, June 24th, 2003
"Prostate cancer remains the most frequently diagnosed solid tumor and the second leading cause of death among American men.
"In the past decade there has been a steady decrease in the average age at diagnosis," scientists writing in the journal Urologic Clinics of North America report.
"The shift toward earlier age at diagnosis means that prostate cancer survivors will have longer life expectancies after diagnosis, regardless of treatment, and will therefore have more time to experience the physical, psychologic, and economic burdens of this...
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