JimJimJimJim Posted June 23, 2013 Share Posted June 23, 2013 Jim Marshall (not a doctor) said ... Though many studies talk in terms of Gleason score 8-10, Gleason scores of 9 and 10 have worse outcomes than Gleason 8, and more aggressive multimodal treatments may be indicated. ... end Jim This abstract is only available for 24 hours for members to get an email. After 24 hours the abstract will only be available through the link to the ASCO site below. Association of Gleason 9-10 prostate cancer with worse outcomes compared to Gleason 8 disease. patients with localized Gleason 9-10 disease who were treated with definitive therapy with curative intent had worse outcomes compared to patients with Gleason 8 disease. More aggressive, multimodality treatments may be indicated for men diagnosed with the highest Gleason grades. CautionThis extract was published in association with the American Society of Clinical Oncology 2013 annual conference. Though the research behind it may have been excellent, your doctor cannot yet give much weight to it for a number of reasons, including: It is only an extract. The full paper may reveal information important for your treatment. The study has not yet had peer review - with doctors and researchers scrutinising the study closely for mistakes and limitations after it is published in a professional journal. Your doctor may already be aware of a limitations of the findings because of their wider reading. The link below is to a page or document that we do not control.Parts of it may be wrong or misleading.Check with your doctor if something interests you. If it is temporarily or permanently unavailable, you may receive an error message. Source URL: http://meetinglibrary.asco.org/content/116834-132 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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