Most Recent Articles by John Schieszer
The risk of virtually all early postoperative complications increases with increasing patient age at radical prostatectomy for localized prostate cancer.
A study suggests HIMRT may have some advantages over CIMRT for treating men with localized prostate cancer.
Study of Canadian men looked at the association between prostate cancer and participants' socioeconomic position during childhood/adolescence and early and late adulthood.
In a study, visual registration in conjunction with image fusion resulted in the highest detection rate of clinically significant prostate cancer.
Researchers theorize that KPNA2 expression could be used in the future to stratify risk groups among patients with renal cell carcinoma (RCC).
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