Shortened course of radiation therapy offers similar long-term side effects following prostate removal surgery

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Using fewer—but higher—doses of radiation to treat men with prostate cancer who had their prostates removed does not increase long-term side effects or lower their quality of life compared to conventional radiation treatment, a multi-institutional clinical trial showed. 

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