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Gonadotrophin releasing hormone analogues for advanced prostate cancer


When we last reviewed the management of metastatic prostate cancer in 19861 we concluded that orchidectomy was the treatment of choice. At that time little was known about the place of gonadotrophin releasing hormone (GnRH) analogues, but now they are widely used. Do they represent an advance in the management of late-stage disease?

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