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Metastasis-Directed Therapy in Prostate Cancer. Why, When, and How?

20:00 EDT 27 Oct 2019 | Cancer Networks

Metastasis-directed therapy with stereotactic ablative radiotherapy has emerged as a promising complementary technique for the management of low-volume metastatic prostate cancer.

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