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watchful waiting

n espera vigilante
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NASDAQ: GHDX) has published real-world clinical evidence demonstrating that use of the Oncotype DX Genomic Prostate Score (GPS) test resulted in significantly higher use of active surveillance at six and 12 months compared to no testing within the same time period, the company said.
Genomic Health reports the publication Reviews in Urology of real-world clinical evidence demonstrating that use of the Oncotype DX Genomic Prostate Score test resulted in significantly higher use of active surveillance at six and 12 months compared to no testing within the same time period.
Active surveillance has been proposed as a management strategy for low-risk, localized PCa, but there is an urgent need for further clinical studies to establish the criteria for recommending this approach.
The study included 7,637 men with newly diagnosed localized prostate cancer who initially underwent active surveillance and were followed for up to 12 years.
Per the protocol, patients to be enrolled in the study will be newly diagnosed with prostate cancer, deciding in collaboration with their oncologist to forego standard approved therapies, such as a radical prostatectomy, radiation or brachytherapy, in favor of careful monitoring for disease progression, a process known more commonly as active surveillance.
Active surveillance before systemic therapy in metastatic RCC
When Cancer Progresses If active surveillance indicates that your cancer is spreading, surgery or radiation may be suggested.
Our hospital has been performing active surveillance cultures weekly to screen for MRSA among our hospitalized patients for many years; however from 2010 to 2014, we began screening patients who were previously known to be positive for MRSA colonization or infection for at least 1 year.
A literature review was done using the Cognitive-Social Health Information Processing (C-SHIP) framework to identify how and why men diagnosed with prostate cancer choose active surveillance over other treatment options.
The Dengue Fever Control Cell is maintaining an active surveillance in the area to carry out an immediate targeted response by tracking patients with the active disease to carry out all necessary preventive and control measures against dengue fever.
Marks, MD, professor of urology and director of UCLA's active surveillance program, refers to this method as a "blind" prostate biopsy and says it has some serious limitations.
The Dengue Fever Control Cell will maintain an active surveillance in the area to carry out an immediate targeted response by tracking patients with the active disease to carry out all necessary preventive and control measures against dengue fever.