Interrupting Prostate Cancer Treatment Could Shorten Life, Study Finds


June 4, 2012

Interrupting Prostate Cancer Treatment Could Shorten Life, Study Finds New York Times - Taking periodic breaks from a commonly used treatment for prostate cancer could shorten men’s lives, researchers reported here on Saturday. In a large study, intermittent hormonal therapy proved to be less effective than continuous therapy for certain men with metastatic prostate cancer.
New York Times article