Published in Cancer Weekly, November 25th, 2003
"This therapy is attractive to patients due to the fact that it is an outpatient procedure and in many cases has been associated with lower long-term risks of urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction when compared to other curative modalities," wrote J. Woolsey and colleagues, University of Virginia Health Science Center.
The researchers concluded: "This review will...
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