The benefit (or lack thereof) of early, aggressive treatment in men ≥ 66 years

A new study published on line in the journal Cancer has shown that (a) the cancer-specific survival benefit associated with aggressive treatment for early-stage prostate cancer is reduced with increasing co-morbidity at time of diagnosis, and (b) patients with Charlson scores ≥ 3 gain no survival benefit from aggressive treatment. … READ MORE …