Further evidence that surgery after focal therapy for prostate cancer is safe
June 2020

The great editorial by Dr. Paul Cathcart, a UK expert of salvage robotic radical prostatectomy, has been recently published in the British Journal of Urology International.

This profound article not only underscores the value of available clinical evidence but also confirms that surgery after focal therapy can be safely performed in expert hands (whether open or robot‐assisted), with minimal complications and good functional outcomes.

This is good news for patients undergoing focal therapy, who can rest assured that a plan B still be available to them with an option for radical treatment later.

Read more in BJUI:
https://www.bjuinternational.com/article-of-the-week/editorial-further-evidence-that-surgery-after-focal-therapy-for-prostate-cancer-is-safe/

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