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Hormone therapy for treating prostate cancer

Hormone therapy for treating prostate cancer

Men’s health

Richard Gledhill
Prostate Cancer Charity Nurse Specialist
Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Prostate cancer is the most common male cancer in the UK with over 31,000 new cases diagnosed annually. Although treated with curative intent in its early stages, around 40% of men initially present with metastatic disease, which is incurable. Despite 10,000 men dying from prostate cancer annually, the public profile of it is lower than female malignancies such as breast and cervical cancer.

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