NICE guidance: Prostate cancer: diagnosis and management
For Prostate cancer
- People with prostate cancer, their families and carers
- Healthcare professionals.
- Commissioners and providers of prostate cancer services
- your doctor explains the different tests used to diagnose prostate cancer, what they involve and how the results are used
- your care team puts you at the centre of decisions about tests and treatments and helps you understand the possible benefits and risks
- you have time and support to weigh up your choices – for example, between starting treatment or a period of regular monitoring.
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