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Study shows why prostate cancer cells develop resistance to treatment

(University of York) A new study at the University of York has shown that a standard hormone supplement, used to boost energy levels in prostate cancer patients following radiotherapy, could potentially increase the chances of the cancer returning.
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Why prostate cancer cells develop resistance to treatment

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A standard hormone supplement, used to boost energy levels in prostate cancer patients following radiotherapy, could potentially increase the chances of the cancer returning, a new study has shown.

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