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Early Chemo Linked to Improved PFS in High-Volume Metastatic Prostate Cancer

Jason Harris
Published: Thursday, Aug 10, 2017

Prostate Cancer
Patients with high-volume, castration-naïve metastatic prostate cancer may have superior progression-free survival (PFS) outcomes when treated with early docetaxel, according to findings published online in the European Journal of Cancer.

, the difference between Q-TWiST significantly favored ADT/docetaxel at all values of uprog lower than 0.4.
Marino P, Sfumato P, Joly F, et al. Q-TWiST analysis of patients with metastatic castrate naive prostate cancer treated by androgen deprivation therapy with or without docetaxel in the randomised phase III GETUG-AFU 15 trial. Eur J Cancer. 2017;84:27-33. doi:10.1016/j.ejca.2017.07.008.

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