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Ronald C. Chen, Jack A. Clark, Judith Manola and James A. Talcott Treatment ‘mismatch’ in early prostate cancer Cancer 112

Version of Record online: 26 NOV 2007 | DOI: 10.1002/cncr.23138

Relevant pretreatment dysfunction does not appear to reliably influence treatment choices for early prostate cancer, and patients receiving relatively contraindicated (‘mismatched’) treatments had worse outcomes. Further study is needed to determine why mismatched treatments were chosen, and whether using a validated questionnaire before treatment decision-making could improve communication and thus outcomes.

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