New study reveals: regret is lasting for many men who undergo traditional prostate cancer treatments

A recent study revealed this month that as they get older, some men who have undergone treatment for prostate cancer come to regret the treatment decisions they made. This study reviewed the survey results of 934 men conducted at intervals of one, two, five, and 15 years after they were treated for prostate cancer. Most of the men were treated with surgery or radiotherapy.