03 May 2016
Men are reluctant to express regret after surgery for prostate cancer, and standard post-operative surveys are unreliable - by Jill Margo
The reliability of studies depicting men's satisfaction with surgery for prostate cancer has been called into question.
A recent meeting of urologists was told these studies are naive and should not be taken at face value.
According to leading urologist Claus Roehrborn, professor and chairman of the department of urology at the University of Texas, the studies underestimate the level of regret men feel afterwards.
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