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Published in Urology

Journal Scan / Research · May 06, 2020

Active Surveillance vs Immediate Treatment—Financial Incentive for Urologists?

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Active Surveillance vs Immediate Treatment—Which Has a Greater Financial Incentive for Urologists?
Urol Pract 2020 May 01;7(3)182-187, Z Zhang, PK Modi, V Shahinian, LA Herrel, JM Dupree, P Yan, BT Denton

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