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Christian Carrie, MD, and Celestia S. Higano, MD, on Results of the GETUG-AFU 16 Trial on Prostate Cancer

2015 ASCO Annual Meeting

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Christian Carrie, MD, of Centre Léon Bérard, and Celestia S. Higano, MD, of the University of Washington, discuss short hormonal therapy and radiotherapy as salvage treatment for relapse after radical prostatectomy (Abstract 5006).



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