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What To Expect After Prostate Cancer Treatment Is Done

You did it! You beat back prostate cancer and your doctor says you're in remission. Prostate cancer treatments have come to a conclusion and now it is time to get on with the rest of your life. Side effects after cancer treatments are completed are not uncommon and need to be dealt with as soon as possible so they don't turn into a lingering problem affecting your normal activities.
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