AMA CPT® Assistant - 2007 Issue 5 (May)
Radiation Therapy Treatment of Prostate (May 2007)
May 2007 pages 1-2 Radiation Therapy Treatment of Prostate Prostate cancer is the third most common cause of cancer-related deaths among males. In the United States, for 2006, one in six men was diagnosed and more than 26,000 lost their lives to prostate cancer. A man diagnosed with localized or locally advanced prostate cancer has the following treatment options: hormonal therapy, surgery, and radiation therapy or a combination of the three treatment options. Surveillance or expectant management can be chosen. Choosing the best treatment for localized or locally advanced prostate cancer will be decided based on patient preference...
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