Joseph Huang, left, and Robert Bangs chat during a Prostate Club dinner gathering in Seattle, where fellow prostate cancer sufferers gather to discuss their experiences. Photo: TNS Joseph Huang, left, and Robert Bangs chat during a Prostate Club dinner gathering in Seattle, where fellow prostate cancer sufferers gather to discuss their experiences. Photo: TNS
Joseph Huang, left, and Robert Bangs chat during a Prostate Club dinner gathering in Seattle, where fellow prostate cancer sufferers gather to discuss their experiences. Photo: TNS

Treating early prostate cancer makes no difference to survival rate, landmark study finds

The 10-year survival rate for prostate cancer is 99 per cent, regardless of whether patients opt for surgery, radiation or no treatment at all, British researchers find

Joseph Huang, left, and Robert Bangs chat during a Prostate Club dinner gathering in Seattle, where fellow prostate cancer sufferers gather to discuss their experiences. Photo: TNS Joseph Huang, left, and Robert Bangs chat during a Prostate Club dinner gathering in Seattle, where fellow prostate cancer sufferers gather to discuss their experiences. Photo: TNS
Joseph Huang, left, and Robert Bangs chat during a Prostate Club dinner gathering in Seattle, where fellow prostate cancer sufferers gather to discuss their experiences. Photo: TNS
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