Men with prostate cancer may benefit from a newly developed test.
The new test uses advanced genetic methods to measure how aggressive the cancer is. Its aimed at helping men decide what treatment can be done or if it should be done. Researchers believe the test could save men from unneeded surgery or other treatments that could lead to complications.
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