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Panel: 'Watchful Wait' OK For Many Prostate Cancers

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A government-sponsored expert panel says most cases of early prostate cancer shouldn't be called cancer at all, because the disease progresses very slowly, if at all. The group says men with these low-risk cancers — the great majority — should be offered the choice of deferring treatment, maybe permanently, in favor of being monitored for signs that their tumor has become more aggressive.
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