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Protecting the Patients and their Prostates from Physician Bias: Thoughts on the PROTECT Trial by Dr. Bishal Gyawali

11:00 EDT 23 Sep 2016 | ecancermedicalscience

Independent ecancer blogger Dr Bishal Gyawali rounds up the latest publications in oncology. Treatment for prostate cancer detected by PSA testing is one of the highly controversial topics in uro-oncology. In fact, routine PSA testing to detect prostate...

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