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In prostate cancer, urinary and sexual function were worse with prostatectomy than active monitoring or radiotherapy

In prostate cancer, urinary and sexual function were worse with prostatectomy than active monitoring or radiotherapy

Annals of Internal Medicine 165(12): Jc62

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PMID: 27992918

DOI: 10.7326/acpjc-2016-165-12-062

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