Dec 05

The retrospective study.

The retrospective study , which looked at the records of 1,031 diagnosed men with localized prostate cancer from 1997 to 2004, appears today in the early online edition of the Journal of General Internal Medicine.

Although prostate cancer patients with comorbidities had lower survival rate than those without, they were treated equally aggressive. About two-thirds of men with or without comorbidities underwent aggressive treatment for their prostate cancer.

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