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Benjamin Movsas, MD, on Prostate Cancer: Patient-Reported Outcomes on Radiotherapy and Androgen Suppression

2021 ASTRO Annual Meeting

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Benjamin Movsas, MD, of the Henry Ford Cancer Center, discusses results from the NRG Oncology/RTOG 0815 study, which explored dose-escalated radiotherapy alone or in combination with short-term hormonal therapy for patients with intermediate-risk prostate cancer. In addition to clinical outcomes, Dr. Movsas discusses patient-reported results in the study that may help patients make informed decisions when choosing between these treatment options (Abstract 4).



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