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Re: The Prostate Cancer Quandary: How Aggressive Is That Tumor

WOW, there is hope after all to reduce the number of un-necessary prostate cancer treatments. The number of different starting points for PCa that I estimated some time ago, just seemed small, compared to the number of stories described on web sites like this. There were just to few stories (on the web sites) that were alike for the number of men describing what they have been through. That number of different PCa's could be 40k to 50k men based on what is reported in this article.
Joe

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