NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Apr 23, 2014) New evidence suggest that men who postpone prostate cancer treatment in favor of the active surveillance strategy may not have all the facts. A Cambridge University study found that as many as half of all men with prostate cancer receive an underestimated diagnosis about the severity of their disease. As a result, many men who believe they have less aggressive prostate cancer tumors may be putting themselves at risk for disease spread by postponing prostate cancer treatment.
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