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VIDEO: Active surveillance for prostate cancer

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In these videos, H. Ballentine Carter, MD, discusses the evidence supporting active surveillance, and Leonard S. Marks, MD, and colleagues outline which men are good candidates for surveillance.

Active surveillance for prostate cancer is the subject of the most recent installment in Urology Times' ongoing "New Frontiers in Prostate Cancer" series.

In these videos, H. Ballentine Carter, MD, discusses the evidence supporting active surveillance, and Leonard S. Marks, MD, and colleagues outline which men are good candidates for surveillance.

 

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