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Fig. S1 Distribution of age (A) and PSA (B) in patients with T1-4N0M0 prostate cancer (n = 8424) according to treatment. RP, radical prostatectomy; Rx, radiation therapy; Hx, hormone ablation therapy; W/W, watchful waiting.

Fig. S2 cT distribution and the main treatment adopted in patients with T1-4N0M0 prostate cancer (n = 8424). The graph A shows totals and numbers of patients who underwent each treatment modality. The graph B shows percentages of each treatment by clinical stage. RP, radical prostatectomy; Rx, radiation therapy; Hx, hormone ablation therapy; W/W, watchful waiting.

Fig. S3 Kaplan–Meier curves of overall survival (A) and prostate cancer-specific survival (B) by main treatment adopted in patients with T1-4N0M0 prostate cancer (n = 8224). RP, radical prostatectomy; Rx, radiation therapy; Hx, hormone ablation therapy; W/W, watchful waiting.

Table S1 Characteristics of the registered patients.

Table S2 Characteristics of 3212 radical prostatectomy patients.

Table S3 Outcome of 3200 radical prostatectomy cases with or without neoadjuvant hormonal therapy.

Table S4 Outcome of 4934 patients treated with hormone ablation therapy alone.

Table S5 Characteristics of patients treated with radiation therapy as the main treatment.

Table S6 Outcome of patients treated with radiation therapy as the main treatment.

Table S7 Outcome of 485 patients treated with watchful waiting.

Appendix I Statistics from various institutions in Japan.

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