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Christopher U . Jones, M.D., Daniel Hunt, Ph.D., David G. McGowan, M.B., Ch.B., Mahul B. Amin, M.D., Michael P. Chetner, M.D., Deborah W. Bruner, R.N., Ph.D., Mark H. Leibenhaut, M.D., Siraj M. Husain, M.D., Marvin Rotman, M.D., Luis Souhami, M.D., Howard M. Sandler, M.D., and William U. Shipley, M.D.: Short-Term and Radiotherapy Androgen Deprivation for Localized Prostate Malignancy In the 1980s, advances in both surgery and radiotherapy for localized prostate cancer led to their acceptance as successful treatments clinically, with considerable reductions in harmful side effects as compared with earlier treatments.5 Short-term androgen-deprivation therapy could potentially mitigate these toxic effects.

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