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Management of metastatic prostatic carcinoma


Most men with metastatic carcinoma of the prostate gain relief from symptoms when circulating androgen concentrations are reduced to castrate levels. Metastatic bone pain improves and the tumour may regress. Various medical and surgical techniques are now used to reduce the stimulation of the tumour by androgens. This article discusses the choice between them.

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