Low Risk of Prostate Cancer


  • PSA 0-10
  • Gleason 3+3=6 and more than 2cores
  • Clinical Exam: normal or 1/2 abnormality , one side only

Management Options


These men have a very low risk of dying from prostate cancer and generally do well with most forms of therapy. This is the most common form of prostate cancer.

Clinical Trials


Resources


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