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'Active surveillance' of prostate cancer doesn't dampen quality of life

(UPI) Men with low-risk prostate cancer report a good quality of life after choosing active surveillance as a treatment for their disease, a new study finds.
Active surveillance for prostate cancer means a man chooses not to have surgery, radiation or chemotherapy, but instead follows a regular schedule of tests and exams to make sure the cancer isn't growing rapidly, the U.S. National Cancer Institute says.
The new study included 89 American men with low-risk prostate cancer and 420 men without the disease.
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