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Prostate Cancer: Diagnosis and Treatment

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Prostate Cancer: Diagnosis and Treatment

Publisher: National Collaborating Centre for Cancer
ISBN/ASIN: 0955826500
ISBN-13: 9780955826504
Number of pages: 1144

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Prostate cancer is one of the commonest cancers in men. There is evidence of practice variation around the country and of patchy availability of certain treatments and procedures. A clinical guideline will help to address these issues and offer guidance on best practice.

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