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Johns Hopkins Oncology Center, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA
- » Bladder cancer: clinical trials
- » Bladder cancer: surgery
- » Bladder cancer: translational research/prevention/early detection
- » Penile cancer: prevention
- » Penile cancer: surgery
- » Penile cancer: translational research/new treatments
- » Prostate cancer: clinical trials
- » Prostate cancer: prevention
- » Prostate cancer: surgery
- » Prostate cancer: translational research/new treatments
- » Renal cell cancer: clinical trials
- » Renal cell cancer: surgery
- » Testicular cancer: prevention
- » Testicular cancer: surgery
- » Testicular cancer: translational research/new treatments
This is a large randomized phase III trial; its aim was to show that intermittent androgen deprivation (ADT) was not inferior to continuous ADT in patients with metastatic hormone-sensitive prostate cancer. It failed to demonstrate...
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