QUOTED. Aug. 3, 2018. Laurence Klotz.
The University of Toronto's Laurence Klotz believes it will take a generation for the medical community to demonstrate that it's made progress in combating prostate cancer because it grows slowly. See what he said here.
"There are a lot of competing technologies and they really haven't been compared at all. It's going to take 20 years to sort out this story of partial gland ablation, because prostate is slow-growing. It takes a long time to demonstrate that you've made a difference." –Laurence Klotz, interventional urologist and professor of surgery, University of Toronto
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