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Published in Oncology

Journal Scan / Research · June 06, 2024

Short-Course vs No Androgen Deprivation Therapy Added to Postoperative Radiotherapy for Prostate Cancer

The Lancet




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Adding 6 months of androgen deprivation therapy to postoperative radiotherapy for prostate cancer: a comparison of short-course versus no androgen deprivation therapy in the RADICALS-HD randomised controlled trial
Lancet 2024 May 16;[EPub Ahead of Print], CC Parker, NW Clarke, AD Cook, H Kynaston, CN Catton, WR Cross, PM Petersen, RA Persad, F Saad, LC Bower, J Logue, H Payne, S Forcat, C Goldstein, C Murphy, J Anderson, M Barkati, DM Bottomley, J Branagan, A Choudhury, PWM Chung, L Cogley, CL Goh, P Hoskin, V Khoo, SC Malone, L Masters, SL Morris, A Nabid, AD Ong, R Raman, KL Tarver, AC Tree, J Worlding, JP Wylie, AM Zarkar, WR Parulekar, MKB Parmar, MR Sydes

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